Just in! Shah Rukh Khan resumes ‘Pathan’ shoot – Eagles Vine

Shah Rukh Khan went back to work today as he resumed shooting for his upcoming spy thriller ‘Pathan’ co-starring Deepika Padukone. The superstar’ car alongside director Siddharth Anand’s ride was seen parked outside the film sets of ‘Pathan’.

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A source also confirmed, “Pathan has resumed its shooting schedule after the lockdown caused due to the second wave. Intense shooting schedule awaits SRK who seems to have started the shoot first. We hear John Abraham and Deepika Padukone are set to start in the next few days. A sizeable portion of the film will be shot in this schedule before the team heads to international locations to shoot the big action and scale sequences.”

Earlier in April, the film shoot went on a short break for two days and later, makers were unable to resume the shooting schedule, owing to the Janta Curfew imposed by the Maharashtra government.

Reportedly, the current 10-day schedule will be taking place entirely at a Mumbai studio. While the team will be working inside a bio-bubble, the makers have ensured the entire cast and crew involved with the shoot are vaccinated after the government instructed production houses to exercise caution while resuming the shoot.

On the other hand, there’s an update about the international schedule of ‘Pathan’ which seemingly has been postponed due to the pandemic.

Apart from Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in lead, Siddharth Anand’s ‘Pathan’ has roped in John Abraham. It will also star Salman Khan in a special cameo appearance as his iconic character from the ‘Tiger’ series.

Meanwhile, on the work front,besides ‘Pathan’ Shah Rukh Khan will also be seen in Rajkumar Hirani’s immigration drama with Taapsee Pannu reportedly. If sources are true, he also has a commercial entertainer and Raj-DK’s action flick in his kitty.


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