Shooting of actor Janhvi Kapoor’s filmGood luck jerry“Briefly came to a halt here at Bassi Pathan, when a group of farmers insisted that he make a comment on the ongoing farmers’ protest. Kapoor is shooting the film, by filmmaker Anand L. Rai’s Color Yellow Productions Produced and directed by Siddharth Sengupta. In Punjab. According to Sukhminder Singh Chauhan, DSP, Bassi Pathana, the incident occurred on Monday after 20-30 farmers reached the set of the film for a “peaceful” protest. Ayesha Jhulka wants Varun Dhawan as Akshay Kumar in the role of Khiladi Kumar and Alia Bhatt or Janhvi Kapoor for the remake
“The shooting came to a halt for two-three hours on January 11. There was nothing major. About 20-30 people arrived on set. It was a peaceful movement.” Everyone wanted an assurance of support from them (actors). ) Belongs to. When they did, the shooting was resumed. It was resolved mutually. Now the shooting is going smoothly, “Chauhan told PTI on Wednesday. On Monday, the” Dhadak “actor shared an Instagram story in support of farmers. Unlike other posts, Instagram stories disappear 24 hours after being published She goes. Janhvi Kapoor as channel Inner Shakira as she shares a video from her belly dancing sessions
Kapoor wrote, “Farmers are in the heart of our country. I recognize and value the role that they play in feeding our nation. I hope a resolution will soon be reached that benefits farmers is.” In view of the cold and rain, thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab and Haryana, are camping at many Delhi border points, repealing three farm laws altogether and legalizing the minimum support price (MSP) for their crops. Seeking to guarantee. The three laws enacted in September last year have been introduced by the Center as major reforms in the agricultural sector, which will remove middlemen and allow farmers to sell their produce anywhere in the country.
However, the protesting farmers have expressed fears that the new laws will pave the way for the MSP’s security cushion to be abolished and leave them at the mercy of big corporates, staying away from the “mandi” (wholesale market) system. The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a stay on the implementation of three new agricultural laws, which it hopes will end protracted protests by farmers and four agricultural experts to resolve the deadlock between its leaders and the Center A member panel will also be formed.
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