After Shah Rukh Khan's Jawan leaks, makers of Deepika Padukone-Hrithik Roshan starrer Fighter to take THIS step
In order to avoid leakage on sets of Fighter, Siddharth Anand has kept a minimal crew and implemented no mobile phone policy while shooting the film.
Of late, there have been too many leaks from the sets of Shah Rukh Khan's upcoming film, Jawan. Following this, Siddharth Anand, who is currently shooting for Fighter with Deepika Padukone and Hrithik Roshan has taken a lesson. As the stakes are high for the upcoming actioner, the makers have ensured that no leakage takes place on the sets as it affects the plan of the film majorly.
According to reports, Siddharth has kept a minimal crew on the sets, thus avoiding the possibility of pictures being leaked. Not only this, he has implemented no mobile phone policy on the sets. The director is currently shooting in Mumbai with the cast and crew. He has planned to shoot emotional scenes of Deepika and Hrithik in Chandivali. Post the schedule wrap, the team will reportedly jet off to an international location in July for two songs and a massive action set-piece shoot that will form a part of the climax.
The Fighter is set on a big scale and is billed as one of the first Ariel actioners in India. After War, Hrithik will once again perform high-octane action sequences, this time with Deepika Padukone. The film marks their first collaboration onscreen. Reportedly, Hrithik’s character Shamsher Pathania aka Patty will be to become the country’s best fighter pilot. While Deepika is also set to feature in the role of a fighter pilot who will play an integral part in the protagonist’s rise in the film. Besides them, the film also has Anil Kapoor, Akshay Oberoi and Karan Singh Grover in pivotal roles. Backed by Yash Raj Films, the film is slated for 2024 release.
Meanwhile, Siddharth is also set to direct Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan in Tiger Vs Pathaan as per reports. And Yash Raj Films’ head honcho Aditya Chopra has extended the support needed to mount the movie as the biggest film that India has ever produced.