Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey shoot in Chandigarh deferred owing to the ongoing Farmers’ protest?



A film that has been in the information since it was reported is Shahid Kapoor and Mrunal Thakur starrer Jersey. The film stars Shahid in the number one spot job and the shoot of the film has been going on since a year ago. Notwithstanding, because of Coronavirus, the shoot was slowed down in Spring and it as of late continued in October when Shahid made a beeline for Uttarakhand to shoot. Allegedly, after Uttarakhand, Shahid and Jersey team needed to shoot in Chandigarh. In any case, it shows up as though the plans have been conceded.

According to a report in Noontime, Shahid and Jersey team were shooting in Chandigarh for the leftover segments of the film. In any case, because of the Ranchers’ dissent at its top in Punjab and Haryana, the chief allegedly felt that the excess shoot may not be pulled off. Thus, he obviously changed the arrangement and went to Dehradun with Shahid and Mrunal Thakur to shoot different scenes. According to the every day’s report, the group may re-visitation of Chandigarh in the wake of finishing the Dehradun go for the last leg of the timetable. According to the report, the team has around 3 days of work left in Chandigarh. A source told Early afternoon, “Shahid, Mrunal Thakur and the cast will film certain parts in the Uttarakhand capital throughout the following not many days, and will re-visitation of Chandigarh in the last leg of the timetable. They have around three days’ work left in the city.”

On the off chance that this ends up being valid, at that point clearly the shooting timetable of Shahid and Mrunal’s film may have been influenced because of the continuous distress among the ranchers of Punjab and Haryana. The film is a Hindi redo of the Telugu film that stars Nani. Helmed by Gowtham Tinnanuri, Jersey additionally stars Pankaj Kapur in a urgent function with Shahid Kapoor and Mrunal. The film is created by Aman Gill, Dil Raju and Allu Aravind. The delivery date is yet to be reported.