We were dealing with Kareena and corona: Aamir Khan

While talking about delays, Khan shared that if all goes well, they still expect to release the film on Christmas 2021


Entertainment Desk April 14, 2021

Actor Aamir Khan will soon be seen in the Bollywood project Laal Singh Chaddha. The superstar recently uploaded a video, relaying his experience while filming the movie during the coronavirus pandemic. For the unversed, Laal Singh Chaddha is a remake of the Hollywood hit Forrest Gump, which stars Tom Hanks in the lead. Kareena Kapoor Khan is also a part of the Advait Chandan directorial, reported Hindustan Times.

Addressing his fans in the clip, Aamir can be heard saying, "Forrest Gump begins with a feather, the feather comes floating down from the sky and it goes over people’s shoulders and drives over a car, the wind kind of pushes it here and there. Advait Chandan, the director of this film, and I often joke that after taking on this film, our lives have become like a feather — different winds are pushing us in different directions, and we are just kind of flowing with it and we are just going to figure out where we land up by the end of the film.”

Aamir and Kareena are said to be good friends, both on and off-screen. The former even shed light on working with Bebo in Laal Singh Chaddha. He quipped, "While the rest of the world was dealing with Corona, we were dealing with Corona and Kareena, who was the heroine of the film. She got pregnant, another complication, so we were like one more gust of wind has pushed us in another direction.”

Aamir shared that if all goes well, they still expect to release the film on Christmas this year. The actor had announced Laal Singh Chaddha on his 54th birthday in 2019. “I have always loved Forrest Gump as a script. It is a wonderful story about this character. It is a life-affirming story. It is a feel-good film. It is a film for the whole family. It’s a wonderful film so I really like it,” he had said at the time.

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