Akshay Kumar and Vaani Kapoor bid adieu to Scotland as they say hello to London

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The team of upcoming movie, Bell Bottom has been filming in the beautiful highlands of Scotland for more than a month now. Looks like Akshay Kumar and the team wrapped up their schedule in Scotland and are ready to move on from there. Now he is all set to head to London for the next schedule along with his family and the team. Or at least that’s what it seems like from the new picture actor shared on his social media handle.

Akshay Kumar took to his Instagram handle and shared a happy picture of his family and the crew of the film. He paired the picture with a caption while tagging everyone in the picture. He also mentioned that he has bid farewell to the country while saying hello to London.

The post clearly indicates that he is set to kick-start the next leg in England’s capital city now. The picture has his wife Twinkle Khanna, his son Aarav, his co-stars Vaani Kapoor and Jackky Bhagnani along with the other members of the film.

He wrote “So many happy faces in one frame…that’s the result of a good schedule. Goodbye Glasgow, hello London. #BellBottom @vaanikapoor @ranjitmtewari @jackkybhagnani @deepshikhadeshmukh @pooja_ent @emmayentertainment @onlyemmay @madhubhojwani @nikkhiladvani @aseemarora”

For the movie Bell Bottom Akshay changed his cardinal rule for work after 18 long years due to the time constraint. Speaking about the same, the producer Jacky Bhagnani said how it has been a privilege to work with Akshay. He said that Akshay Kumar is a producer’s actor. Jacky said that it is the first time in 18 years that Akshay Kumar is pulling double shifts. He mentioned how stunned and excited he was when Akshay asked for two units.

Jacky further added that seeing Akshay’s work discipline and respect for time, everyone on the sets is super energized and also pitching in their best. He said that it’s like well-oiled machinery working round the clock to make this happen.

Published by Vidhutma Singhania on 30 Sep 2020

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