'Shamshera', 'Sardar Udham Singh' & other films to resume filming as lockdown eases

The nationwide lockdown imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak has put the entire entertainment industry at a halt. Now, as lockdown restrictions ease, filmmakers are planning to get back on track with their half-completed films.

From Ranbir Kapoor's 'Shamshera' to Kamal Haasan's much-anticipated 'Indian 2', here is a list of films that will soon resume shooting schedule. 


Sanjay Dutt and Ranbir Kapoor are said to begin the shooting of 'Shamshera' -- remaining portions that were left. Reportedly only four days patchwork was left on their ambitious period drama. Ranbir and Sanjay may return to work with a limited crew in Mumbai studios. 



Mumbai Saga

Gangster drama ‘Mumbai Saga’ starring John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi is among the first films to resume shooting. 


Sardar Udham Singh

Shoot Sircar's next project 'Sardar Udham Singh', is back on track for the post-production work. Vicky Kaushal starrer movie is a biopic based on the legendary freedom fighter. 



The Telugu sports drama 'Seetimaarr' is one of the most awaited movies of the year. As per the latest reports, Tamannaah Bhatia and Gopichand starrer movie will resume shooting from August. 



Producer G Dhananjayan resumed the post-production work on his upcoming Tamil thriller 'Kabadadaari'. Dhananjayan also shared a video clip from the dubbing studio. In the video, actor Nasser explains how the team has been following all the basic hygiene steps.



Vishal starrer 'Chakra' is back on track after two months of the lockdown. The star has started dubbing his portions for 'Chakra', and the post-production work on the film is going on at a steady pace. 



Trisha Krishnan's upcoming movie 'Raangi', resumed the post-production as the lockdown eases. The movie was supposed to hit the screens a couple of months ago.


Indian 2

Kamal Haasan's much-anticipated 'Indian 2' have begun their post-production work. The movie which is helmed by S. Shankar and is a sequel to the 1996 film 'Indian'. The move will release in April next year. 


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