Coronavirus outbreak and nationwide lockdown hampered several TV and film shoots and releases. Now that the restriction has been lifted slowly in the country and the government has allowed starting shoot with proper permission and guidelines.
According to the reports, the film, Laal Singh Chaddha which is an Indian adaptation of Hollywood flick Forrest Gump has left with 40 percent of shooting. While keeping his cast and crew’s safety, the actor has decided to hold the shoot till October.
The film which was expected to hit the theaters on Christmas 2020, they might push it to 2021 Christmas.
It was earlier planned that the shooting of Vikram Vedha remake will begin in February 2021. However, now following the current situation Aamir has informed the producer Neeraj Pandey that he will only begin work on the thriller post the release of Laal Singh Chaddha.