SHAHID KAPOOR TO START SHOOTING FOR ‘JERSEY’ Movie IN CHANDIGARH

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Shahid Kapoor another amazing actor, recently he said, or the director of his new movie declared that he would be going to Chandigarh for his rest of the shooting. The fans there are becoming very much excited about his visit to the town.

After the success of his last release, Kabir Singh the actor is now looking to score more, or we can say big with another South remake, ‘Jersey’, for which the makers have roped in Mrunal Thakur as the female lead in the movie.

Now this duo will begin their shooting for the Allu Aravind, Aman Gill and another person Dil Raju production from the first week of December in Chandigarh.

They said that after they were done shooting some parts of their movie for about two months on turf in suburban Mumbai, the actor will start shooting from next month and that is December 2nd.

They also said that he would be there for the shooting for the whole month till December 30th.

After this one whole month shooting in Chandigarh, he said that the entire team will take a break for around four to five days for their New Year before regrouping in Chandigarh again for their second schedule to continue still.

This seems like they and we can say that the whole team have a whole lot of work to complete for their movie to finish.

This movie is said that it is a remake of a Telugu movie and the name is same. This story is set in and on Chandigarh during the mid-90s with the film kicking off in one of the cricket stadiums in the city.

The team of this film will shoot real locations, which includes a beautiful row-house in the heart of the town which will be shown as Shahid’s house.

Mrunal will be the anchor to Shahid’s character as the actor strives to make to place for himself in team India at an age when people contemplate to retirement from competitive sports. Both are working very hard for their upcoming film, let’s hope the best for them and their team.

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