Bollywood stars Akshay Kumar, Sara Ali Khan, and Dhanush, the star of South films, as well as film actor Naseeruddin Shah, have reached Agra late at night. All these actors will reach the Taj Mahal on Monday from six in the morning and shoot the film Antangi. Film actress Sara Ali Khan arrived in Agra in the evening. They expressed a desire to see the Taj Mahal, but were told that there was a limit to the number of tourists on the Taj. No more than five thousand tourists can see the Taj in a day. All the tickets have been booked, but she is disappointed. She will now be shooting with fellow cast members on Monday as well as Taj’s Didar. At the same time, film actor Akshay Kumar reached the ITC Mughal Hotel late at night. Naseeruddin Shah also reached Tajnagiri. Also Dhanush, a well-known name of South films, has come to Agra for the shooting of the film.
Taj tickets booked in advance
Almost all the tickets of the Taj Mahal have already been booked for the shooting of the film. So that the common tourists do not interfere in the shooting and the shooting can be completed easily. Some other people had already received information about the shooting. He too had booked tickets to watch the shooting on Monday along with Taj Ka Deedar.
Shooting in Lucknow spread dirt, fined 50 thousand
Spreading dirt and throwing PPE kits on the road after the shooting of the film overshadowed the film producers. The Municipal Corporation fined 50 thousand rupees. After much protest, the producers have deposited the fine in the Municipal Corporation. Many films are currently shooting in the city. The shooting of the film ’14 Phere’ is going on in Sadar. Some of the film’s scenes were shot while shooting near Ghoda Hospital in Zone I on Sunday. The PPE kit used after the shooting was thrown on the road.
Zone 1’s zonal officer Dilip Srivastava went out to inspect the cleaning system. The zonal officer took a tough stand and asked the producer to pay a fine of Rs 50,000 for throwing PPE kit in the corona transition period and spreading dirt. Producers refused to spread PPE kits and dirt. After much protest, the producer had to deposit Rs 50,000 on the spot. Zonal officer of Lucknow Municipal Corporation, Dilleep Srivastava said that the filmmakers took carelessness. This led to a fine. The amount of the fine has been deposited. Along with this, instructions have been given to take care of cleanliness.