Several film shootings that needed to be done worldwide were postponed due to the COVID 19 pandemic. However, as things are getting at a better place with vaccinations, Btown filmmakers are accepting the risk of shooting worldwide. Pathan, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, is the latest film to purportedly enter the club. According to reports, SRK and Deepika are planning a major song shoot in Spain with the Pathan crew. The team will fly to Mallorca on October 7 with both the actors.
According to a report in Mid-Day, Deepika and Shah Rukh are going to shoot a major song in Mallorca starting October 10. Following Mallorca, SRK and Deepika will film in Cadiz and Vejer de la Frontera. Aditya Chopra and Siddharth Anand chose the stunning site because it hasn’t been explored much in Indian cinema. Vishal and Shekhar are said to have composed the song. Following the song shoot, an action shoot will be shot, as well as some confrontational sequences. Reports suggest, the trip will last 20 days.
A source told the daily, “The team will begin shooting from October 10 in Mallorca, moving on to Cadiz that is home to beautiful historical landmarks. They will also film in the hilltop town of Vejer de la Frontera in Cádiz.” Further, the source explained how makers of Pathan are going the extra mile to make SRK’s return to screen after break grand. “They know that all eyes will be on Pathan as it marks Shah Rukh’s return to the screens after a hiatus, and are pulling out all stops to make it visually grand.”
Talking about the grandeur of the song, a source told a leading daily, “Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika will also shoot a massive song in Mallorca! It will present the two in their never seen before avatars and it will be the biggest song that people have ever seen in terms of scale and mounting.”
“When you have two of the biggest superstars of the country, you have to create a visual extravaganza like never before and the makers want to do justice to the pairing they have in Pathan. It will be a sensational shoot to say the least,” adds the trade source.