Aug 06, 2020
Akshay Kumar Leaves For Scotland With Family To Start Shooting Bell Bottom (Watch Video)
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Akshay Kumar probably is the first actor to leave India for the shoot of his next film Bell Bottom in Scotland after months of no filming due to COVID-19. The actor along with his family was spotted at the Mumbai International airport leaving for the shoot destination. He did oblige the shutterbugs with pictures but can be seen asking them to maintain distance while they do so.Masks, face shields, and all other guidelines have been adhered to. Others from the cast like Huma Qureshi, Jackky Bhagnani, Lara Dutta were also spotted at the airport. Raksha Bandhan, Laxmmi Bomb, Sooryavanshi, Bell Bottom and More – Here’s a Look At Akshay Kumar’s Upcoming Releases
In an interview to Hindustan Times, Akshay had said, “I have a simple question: if not now, then when? So many people have lost their jobs [during the lockdown] and were pushed into poverty. I’m sorry but if we keep waiting for a vaccine, then, before the virus, people will get badly affected by unemployment.”
Akshay with his family taking all the precautions…
Huma Qureshi was also spotted…
Lara Dutta was also spotted with her family…
Akshay has a lot of projects in his kitty and Bell Bottom becomes his first film to begin filming.
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