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As the film industry is slowly, but steadily rolling back to work, Kareena Kapoor has wrapped up her part of the shoot for her upcoming film Laal Singh Chaddha. The film is being helmed by Advait Chandan and also stars Aamir Khan in the lead role. The much-awaited movie is the Hindi remake of the 1994 Hollywood classic, Forrest Gump, which starred Tom Hanks in a memorable role.

Kareena Kapoor took to her Instagram handle to share the bevy of emotions that came with the end of the film’s shoot. She shared a picture with Aamir Khan and wrote, “And all journeys must come to an end. Today, I wrapped my film Laal Singh Chaddha... tough times... the pandemic, my pregnancy, nervousness but absolutely nothing could stop the passion with which we shot, with all safety measures ofcourse. Thank you @_aamirkhan and @advaitchandan for an intense yet poignant journey... thank you to my most wonderful team @avancontractor, @teasemakeup, @makeupbypompy, @poonamdamania and the entire crew... @nainas89 you were missed.” She concluded, “Till we cross paths again... (sic).”

Kareena had left to shoot her sequences in Delhi during the last week of September. On Wednesday, she wrapped up the remaining portions which had been delayed on account on novel coronavirus pandemic.

In these unprecedented times, extra precautions are being taken on the sets of every film. Kareena also adapted to this new normal and shot the film following all the necessary guidelines. Special precautions were taken during the shoot of Laal Singh Chaddha as Kareena is pregnant. Aamir khan had also resumed shooting of the movie in the recent past.

It was last year when Aamir had revealed Kareena Kapoor’s first look from Laal Singh Chaddha on Instagram. The actress looked stunning donning a salwar kameez. Since then, fans have been eagerly waiting for updates on the movie.
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