Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 3, Priyanka Chopra's Next's Delhi Shoot Cancelled Due To CAA NRC Protests

The ongoing CAA-NRC tensions in Delhi have affected the shootings for several projects, including Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor’s Baaghi 3 and a Priyanka Chopra film

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Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 3, Priyanka Chopra's Next's Delhi Shoot Cancelled Due To CAA NRC Protests
The current scenario in India’s capital city isn’t really pleasing, especially in these past few days. It all started after the government imposed the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a step which has opened to massive criticism, especially in Delhi. This has led to several protests and how can one forget the recently-held mob attacks at JNU, which shook the entire nation. In a nutshell, the tension in Delhi hasn’t calmed down and this has also affected several shootings in the capital. As per Bombay Times, Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi 3 and a Priyanka Chopra film are among several other projects, whose shooting has hit a roadblock in Delhi. (ALSO READ - Papped- Tiger Shroff and Riteish Deshmukh filming for Baaghi 3 in Jaipur)

Reportedly, Baaghi 3’s shooting was slated to take place in December – January; however, it got cancelled due to the current tensions and the film was rather shot in Jaipur. A source close to the Priyanka Chopra film’s production told the daily, "We were filming near Jamia before the Delhi Police crackdown. So we had to cancel shooting there. Shoots of a number of films have been cancelled, rescheduled, or have been moved to other cities.” While another source added, "This has happened with three films with A-listers in the last month."

The reports added how a number of producers had applied for day-line permissions, but they were granted to shoot for only two-three hours in the New Delhi and Central Delhi districts.

Meanwhile, Tiger 3 also stars Shraddha Kapoor, Riteish Deshmukh and Vijay Verma in pivotal roles. It is being helmed by Ahmed Khan and produced under Sajid Nadiadwala’s home production. The film will make it to the big screens on March 6, 2020.

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