Kareena Kapoor Khan says working in ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ was a memorable experience as the film reunites her with one of her most loved co-stars, Aamir Khan.

‘Laal Singh Chaddha’, an official remake of Tom Hanks’ Hollywood blockbuster ‘Forrest Gump’, is the third collaboration of the two Bollywood stars after ‘3 Idiots’ (2009) and ‘Talaash’ (2012).

Kareena said that everyone in the team, especially Aamir, has gone through a lot in the last two years during the making of the film.

“I am very excited that Aamir and I are coming together after ‘3 Idiots’ and ‘Talaash’. It is very special and we have worked very hard. Especially Aamir, he has done a lot. It’s a great script and I’m hoping it comes on screen like that and everyone likes it.”

Advait Chandan, who made his directorial debut with the 2017 musical drama Secret Superstar produced by Aamir, has directed the film.

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Actor-writer Atul Kulkarni shares screenplay credit for the film with Eric Roth, who adapted the 1986 Winston Groom novel of the same name for Hanks’ 1994 film.

“Lal Singh Chaddha” is supported by Aamir Khan Productions, Viacom 18 Studios and Paramount Pictures.

The team wrapped up the shooting of the film last month and for Kareena, shooting amid the coronavirus pandemic was a new and fulfilling experience.

“We did our part during the COVID wave in Delhi. This was the first time I went on a set amid the pandemic and we followed all the protocols. “It made me believe that I can do really well when shooting films with fewer people,” the actor said, adding that she was five months pregnant with her second child, Jeh, when she made her debut for the film. Major part shot.

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