Ranbir Kapoor’s upcoming project with Luv Ranjan, Made In Heaven 2, Despatch to resume shooting in Delhi-NCR

Ranbir Kapoor’s next project with Luv Ranjana, Manoj Bajpayee’s Despatch are currently being shot in Delhi-NCR.

Delhi-NCR is still one of the most popular locations to shoot for films, TV shows or web series. Bollywood actors including Ranbir Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia and producer Boney Kapoor were all seen at the Delhi airport. They’ve resumed shooting in Noida, Uttar Pradesh for their upcoming ventures.

Boney Kapoor, who is gearing up to make his first big-screen appearance said that the shoot is planned to last for a month here. He said to Hindustan Times, “I’ve been told that I’m required for 10-12 days, so maybe I’d have breaks in between. The rest of the team will be here for a month, that’s what I hear. I’ve not really probed into how long the shoot will last. That’s something the producers would decide depending upon the dates of the actors.”

Other projects to be shot in Delhi include, ‘Despatch’ starring Manoj Bajpayee in the lead. The web series is helmed by Kanu Behl and he said, “It’s been a while everything stopped. We’ve all been looking to get back on shoot. Given the amount of uncertainty we’re still facing due to the pandemic, I don’t know which is the right time to start. The fact is things are in control, for now, it’s a good time to complete some of the stuff we had left,” via Hindustan Times.

He added, “We’re working with a very limited crew. It feels weird with such fewer people. Manoj is there in pretty much every frame as he’s the central character, so yes he’s shooting,” via Hindustan Times.

Producer Ravi Sarin is handling shoots for both Despatch and Luv Ranjan’s next said that shooting is only permitted during the day. He revealed, “There are no other films as of now, but another web series, Made In Heaven season 2, will start its shoot somewhere around July 20-25. It will be a 20-day long shoot.”

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