Superstar Rajinikanth is in Mumbai for the shoot of his cop drama, Darbar. His leading lady Nayanthara is also with him for the shoot. They are apparently shooting in the premises of a college in the western suburbs. It seems the shoot had to be stalled today for a while as students pelted stones on the crew. It seems it was in protest of the crew's strict rules. India Today reported that the team of Darbar enclosed the shooting area and told students not to click pictures or take videos of the shoot. This angered the students and they threw stones at the crew from the terrace of the building. After seeing this, filmmaker AR Murugadoss complained to the college management and is apparently contemplating a change in the location. We totally get his concern and nothing comes before the safety of cast and crew.
Darbar is a cop drama and is the first collaboration between Rajinikanth and celebrated Tamil filmmaker, AR Murugadoss. The shoot for the film started on April 22 in Mumbai. Nayanthara joined him a day later. They have worked together before in Chandramukhi and Kuselan. We saw pictures of Rajinikanth in a blue shirt and black trousers from the sets of Darbar. Filmmaker Raghava Lawrence also paid a visit to him in Mumbai.
Prateik Babbar is playing the main villain in Darbar. He told PTI earlier, "It is such a dream come true to have bagged this project in such little time. This year is looking very positive for me and Sanya (Sagar) has been such a great influence on my life professionally and personally. I can’t wait to commence shooting with Rajinikanth sir and AR Murugadoss sir this week and create some magic." In 1982, he played a cop in the film Moondru Mugam. The character of Alex Pandian became a super hit one. The film is slated to release on Pongal 2020. Stay tuned to BL for more updates!
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