Good news for ‘Jug Jug Jio’: Anil Kapoor and Kiara Advani to resume shooting from next week – NewsTower
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Anil Kapoor and Kiara Advani will resume shooting for the film ‘Jug Jug Jio’ from next week. Shooting of the film was stopped in Chandigarh after Varun Dhawan, Neetu Kapoor and director Raj Mehta came to Kovid positive. According to the report, Anil, Kiara and Prajakta Koli are expected to start shooting their parts in the film from next week.
The report further states that under the guidance of producer Shashank Khaitan, the entire team of Assistant Directors can resume shooting of the film from December 17. Let me tell you that Neetu Kapoor has recovered from Kovid-19. His report came negative on Friday. Information about this was shared by Neetu’s daughter Riddhima Kapoor on social media. Neetu was brought from Chandigarh to Mumbai by air ambulance after being found corona positive.
Explain that apart from Neetu, Raj, Varun, Manish Paul was also found positive during the shooting of the film. Manish Paul returned to Mumbai after being infected. At the same time, Raj and Varun are quarantined in Chandigarh. All of them will join the team for the shoot only after the Kovid report comes negative and gets a clean chit from the doctor. At the same time, Anil and Kiara’s Kovid test came negative. Both of them also returned to Mumbai. Will now return to shooting.
Neetu’s first film after the death of Rishi
Let us know that ‘Jug-Jug Jio’ is Neetu Kapoor’s first film after Rishi Kapoor’s death on April 30. While sharing a photo on social media while leaving for the shoot, Neetu wrote, “My first flight in this difficult time. I am nervous about this journey.” Next he wrote, remembering Rishi Kapoor, “Kapoor sir, you are not here to hold my hand, I know you are with me.” Apart from Neetu, Varun and Kiara, Anil Kapoor also has an important role in ‘Jug-Jug Jio’. The film is directed by ‘Good News’ fame director Raj Mehta. The film will be released next year.