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Sidharth Malhotra Set To Resume Shooting For Indra Kumar’s Thank God

With new laws enacted by the government to control the second wave of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, many film shoots are now back to work.

Sidharth Malhotra recently travelled to Lucknow where he shot scenes for Mission Majnu and then Indra Kumar’s Thanks God before the second lockdowns were announced.

‘Been A Long Wait’

The actor returned to the film sets after a few months later on Monday in Mumbai and is set to continue filming for his upcoming movie titled ‘Thank God’ in July.

Humbled by being able to shoot again, actor Sidharth Malhotra shares, “It’s been a long wait and I have been looking forward to getting back to the hustle-bustle of film shoots. Elated to shoot again and see the happy & creative flow of energy that was truly missed.”

Upcoming Projects Of Sidharth

The actor has ensured that his fans will be entertained with upcoming stories and characters that are very interesting and varied.

The actor’s list has a war-action drama – Shershaah, a slice of life comedy – Thank God and Spy thriller – Mission Majnu.

Other Actors Are Also Returning To Film Sets

With the industry back in strong action, Ajay Devgn is expected to continueshooting for his upcoming movie Bhuj – The Pride Of India on June 28. 

The final shooting segment will kick off on Monday at Film City, Goregaon in Mumbai.

According to the daily newspaper, the war scenes which are to be shown in the film were already filmed last year. 

Now, they will be shooting a few action scenes that were left out last year. Director Abhishek Dudhaiya and his team will call it a wrap once this is completed. If everything goes according to plan, they can wrap the entire remaining shoot within a matter of two days.

Ajay Devgn will be portraying the role of Squad Leader Vijay Karnik who was in charge of Bhuj airport during the 1971 Indo-Pak war.

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