Ajay Devgn was all set to start shooting of his upcoming sports drama, Maidaan. The actor recently finished a major chunk of his another film, MayDay, which is directed by the actor himself.
In Mumbai’s Madh Island, a set of football stadium was being built up wherein the final leg of Maidaan was about to be shot. Although, the actor announced that he would start a new film, Thank God, from January 21. B
A source informed a leading daily, “The last schedule of Maidaan demands Ajay to shoot with multiple cast and crew members from abroad, and given the new strain of COVID 19, Ajay and co didn’t want to risk on bringing 100s of members from abroad risking not just the team of Maidaan, but also the citizens of Mumbai in doing so and hence, they amicably decided to push the final schedule of the film to Summer 2021.”
“Indra Kumar was ready with a bound script and as it is, had begun pre-production work. He checked further with Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Peet Singh, if they could accommodate the dates for Thank God, and the duo also willingly agreed to rework their calendar and bring Thank God in the forefront. The team is now all excited to move on to this feel-good ride in this social comedy,” the source added.