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Aamir to shoot ‘Laal Singh…’ in Ladakh

While the country is grappling with the second wave of Covid-19, and most film shoots have come to a halt, Aamir Khan is prepping to shoot war scenes for his film ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ in Ladakh. Some photographs of the actor doing the recce of various locations in Kargil have been seen on social media.
ETimes has it that it is likely to be a 45-day shoot schedule and a lot of action scenes for the film will be canned in the Ladakh and the Kargil area. Naga Chaitanya who has replaced Vijay Sethupati in the film will be joining the unit for the war scenes in the film.

‘Laal Singh Chadha’ is an official remake of ‘Forrest Gump‘ and has Aamir Khan playing the title role, with Kareena Kapoor Khan as his leading lady. The film is slated for a Christmas release this year but has faced a lot of issues during the shoot, leading to a delay in various schedules.

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