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Kill Dil in Delhi

The cast was snapped on the sets in Delhi

Parineeti Chopra looks striking with her streaked hair as she poses with her fans, right after a shot
Parineeti Chopra looks striking with her streaked hair as she poses with her fans, right after a shot

Yash Raj Films Kill Dil is presently being shot in Delhi. Amidst the hectic schedule, that stretches upto midnight, we caught Parineeti Chopra taking time off to pose with her fans. Shot at various locations in Delhi, the film, directed by Shaad Ali has romance, comedy, action and drama.

 

Bhoothnath Returns wraps up

Bhoothnath Returns wrapped up its shoot with Shah Rukh Khan shooting for his part with Amitabh Bachchan. SRK reprises the character of Aditya Sharma, an engineer on a cruise liner from the first instalment, Bhootnath. He was seen in an animated conversation with Big B.
Bachchan posted an image of the shoot on his blog saying: Thank you Shah Rukh Khan for being a part of ‘Bhoothnath Returns’ in Mumbai and taking time out to shoot with us … ever gracious !
Bhootnath Returns is directed by Nitesh Tiwari and releases on April 11.

 

Phantom’s Punjab shoot to continue till April 7

Kabir Khan is presently shooting for his action thriller Phantom in Chandigarh. This is the third schedule of the film after one in Beirut and another in Kashmir. Though leading lady, Katrina Kaif completed her portion on March 26, Saif Ali Khan will continue shooting till the first week of April. With this, about 70 per cent of the film will be complete. The film is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and is slated to release on October 2.

 

Haider wraps up

The Mumbai schedule of the Shahid Kapoor – Shraddha Kapoor starrer Haider wrapped up last week. Since most of the portions were already shot in Kashmir, there were a few patch ups left, which were ultimately shot in the city. Kapoor took to his microblogging account to confirm the same and tweeted, “Its a wrap on Haider! Only when you play Hamlet u realize what a complex part it is .. Probably my toughest yet! Shooting in 3 layers of woolen clothing in the lovely heat!! Ending it hot and sweaty.” The team is planning to start the editing sessions in the first week of April. Haider is scheduled to release on September 20.

 

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