Lookslike the Kashmir schedule has finally come to an end, since the lead actors of the film wrapped up the shoot and came back to Mumbai. The actors were spotted by the paparazzi at the domestic airport.
Salman has fallen in love with Kashmir and has even vowed to return soon for he tweeted, "You haven't seen anything if you haven't seen Kashmir." Though the actor was enjoying his time there, the tourists who came to visit didn't feel the same.
A tourist from Gujarat told NDTV, "Due to film shooting, they are not allowing us to go ahead. They are saying that the road bad, but that is not the truth, we have come from Baroda after spending so much money, but this is what we get here."
Thankfully the government is on Salman's side, government spokesperson Nayeem Akhtar said, "If Salman Khan or Shahrukh Khan were to shoot in Mumbai, they will be mobbed there and police would be needed. We should inform people locally that this area is not available for anybody."
Well, troubles have ended for the crew is back in Mumbai and have finished their Kashmir schedule.
Salman Khan & Kareena Kapoor
Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor wrap up the shoot of Bajrangi Bhaijaan in Kashmir and return back to amchi Mumbai.
Salman & Katrina
Salman remembers Katrina in Kashmir, he posted a pic of the city and wrote, "KASHMIR bahut AMEER in natural beauty... Maashallah Maashallah." A minute later, he added, "Maashallah Maashallah se yaad aya Katrina Kaif bhi Kashmir se hai."
Currently Kareena Kapoor has no projects in hand, apart from this and Udta Punjab with Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt.
The actor who shooting in and Sonmarg in Kashmir wants to flood it with tourism. He tweeted, "Flood Kashmir with only tourism tourism tourism."
Bajrangi Bhaijaan team has been filming in Sonmarg and Pahalgam for about a month now which restricted the tourists from exploring places but now with the team back, things should be fine.
Government spokesperson Nayeem Akhtar said, "If Salman Khan or Shah Rukh Khan were to shoot in Mumbai, they will be mobbed there and police would be needed. We should inform people locally that this area is not available for anybody."