On October 20, the court is going to give its verdict on Aryan Khan's bail. It is affecting Shahrukh Khan's upcoming films 'Pathan' and 'Lion'. While the Spain schedule of 'Pathan' is still stuck, dummy shooting is being done on 'Lion' these days.
A source close to 'Pathan' said, "Director Siddharth Anand had left for Spain on October 2. However, he returned to India after Aryan Khan's case. The makers were there to shoot two songs in Mallorca, Cadiz and Vejer de la Frontera. 'Pathan' was the first film to be shot at those three locations."
There is also additional information on the Spain schedule in the trade corridors. The buzz there is that along with 'Pathan', the shooting of Shah Rukh Khan's Paan Masala Company ad was also scheduled in Spain. There Ajay Devgn was about to join him. Earlier that shooting was to be done in London. Later it was located in Spain, so that it can also be shot in the schedule of 'Pathan'. However, Ajay Devgn's team has denied this.
However, the shooting of Shahrukh's film 'Lion' is being done in Mumbai without his presence. Sources present on the set told that shooting is going on with dummy shots. Long shot visuals are being filmed on his body double.
The delay in the film 'Pathan' has also affected 'Tiger 3'. Both are films of the same banner. The action director of both from India, Sunil Rodrigues, is also the same. Along with this, Salman Khan has also been involved in taking Aryan's well being and informing Shahrukh about the lawyers.
According to sources related to 'Tiger 3', "so he could not attend the ongoing rehearsals of 'Tiger 3' last week. Only Katrina has been able to rehearse her part in the last week. In the next two to three days. Salman and Emraan Hashmi will start the rehearsals. Then after ten days of rehearsals, both will start the climax of the film. Under this, the clash between the two will be shown in Pakistan. For this the sets of the offices of the Pakistani intelligence agency have been prepared."
Katrina is rehearsing for a hand fight. She is giving it four hours a day. For this, only stunt choreographers from South Africa, who have acted in 'War' and 'Shamshera', have been repeated.