After a hiatus of a few years, Shah Rukh Khan returned to the sets as he started shooting for Pathan. Cameras started rolling for this film helmed by Siddharth Anand earlier this year. Post the completion of its first schedule, SRK and team took a break for sometime. Amidst this, lockdown-like restrictions got imposed in Maharashtra due to the peak in cases of Coronavirus. Now, if the latest reports are anything to go by, the team is expected to resume the shoot soon.
As per a report in Mid-day, an insider has revealed that the makers of Pathan are expecting that the Maharashtra Government would give green signal to shooting of films post June 15. Currently, the lockdown-like restrictions have been extended till June 15, thus, no shooting can be carried out. Meanwhile, the production house, YRF is doing it all to get the team of Pathan vaccinated before the shooting goes on floors once again.
The insider says, “Some members of Pathan crew have received their jabs, the majority will be vaccinated over the next week. Buzz in the industry is that the government will give a green signal to shoots after June 15. That way, the team will be ready to begin filming in a bio-bubble. The production house is treading carefully, given the impact of the second wave, and will film the portions entirely inside the Yash Raj studio in Andheri.”
Apart from Shah Rukh Khan, Pathan also stars John Abraham and Deepika Padukone in pivotal roles. The release date of the film has not been announced as yet. Shah Rukh Khan’s fans are super excited for this film and cannot keep calm! He was last seen in Zero along with Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. He played the role of a dwarf in the film but sadly it tanked at the box office.
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