Ajay Devgn’s Doha schedule of Mayday pushed forward because of Rudra

Ajay Devgn has been busy filming for various projects since the second half of last year, aside from this year's lockdown.

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In terms of shooting films at a high tempo during pandemic, Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn are competing against each other. Devgn has been busy filming for various projects since the second half of last year, aside from this year’s lockdown. As a result of one project, the filming of another has begun to be delayed. For example, in three days, Ajay Devgn will begin filming for his debut web show, ‘Rudra,’ which will be his first OTT show in his career. It will have an impact on Ajay Devgn’s film ‘Mayday.’

This film will be shot at Mumbai’s Filmcity, according to Devgn’s close pals. Following that, filming will be conducted on live sites in Mumbai’s city centre. Ajay has specified a date range of 40 to 50 days in this, only then will he be able to begin filming for ‘Mayday’. That schedule is to be at Doha Airport. There is about 10 to 15 days of work left. Aside from that, the plane crash sequence for the same film will be shot in Vasai. The scene will be shot on a 500-acre plot of land in Vasai.

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The Vasai sequence was supposed to be shot before the lockdown, according to sources close to the production firm. A set of 50 to 70 lakhs was also erected. There was a conflict between two groups of line producers on the day of the shoot, and the shoot had to be rescheduled. During the brawl, that set as well broke down. This sequence will now be available only after ‘Rudra’ will be completed.


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