While the entertainment industry is back on the sets after taking the proper safety measures owing to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the shooting schedule of Shahid Kapoor’s upcoming film ‘Jersey’ in Chandigarh has been postponed due to the farmers’ protest.
The team was to shoot for a major portion of the sports drama in the north Indian city before making its way to Kasauli and Dehradun.
Reportedly, days into the shooting in Chandigarh, makers felt it would be difficult to shoot there amid the current situation of the farmers’ ongoing protest. So they quickly decided to change their plan and head to Dehradun.
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Further, the reports suggest that the team will shoot the Uttrakhand portion and will return to Chandigarh in the last leg of the schedule. ‘Jersey’ is an official Hindi remake of the Telugu film of the same name. Shahid Kapoor will be seen playing a retired cricketer who strives to make a comeback.