Following claims by a netizen last week that the cast and crew of the film ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ were polluting Ladakh, actor-producer Aamir Khan’s production house released a statement categorically denying these claims. allegations.
— Aamir Khan Productions (@AKPPL_Official) July 13, 2021
“We believe there are rumours/allegations that our location is not kept clean. We strongly deny these allegations. production house in a press release. which was shared on Twitter.
“We have a team that makes sure the location is always litter free. At the end of the day there is a re-check of the whole location. At the end of the whole program , we make sure that when we leave a place, we leave it as clean or cleaner than we found it,” the statement added.
Last week, a Twitter user shared video clips from the village of Wakha, Ladakh, alleging that the crew shot footage on location but left without cleaning up the area afterwards. The video showed used empty water bottles scattered around the site.
This is the gift that Bollywood star Amir Khan’s next film, Lal Singh Chada, has left for the villagers of Wakha in Ladakh.
Amir Khan himself talks a lot about environmental cleanliness in Satyamev Jayate, but that’s what happens when it comes to himself. pic.twitter.com/exCE3bGHyB
— Jigmat Ladakhi ðÂŸÂ‡®ðÂŸÂ‡³ (@nontsay) July 8, 2021
Khan is currently filming for director Advait Chandan in the Union Territory. Also starring Kareen Kapoor Khan, Mona Singh and Naga Chaitanya, “Laal Singh Chaddha” is the official Hindi remake of Tom Hanks’ 1994 blockbuster “Forrest Gump.”
(With PTI entries)