Lal Singh Chadha to be screened in US

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is eagerly waiting for the release of his movie 'Lal Singh Chadha'. Aamir Khan is all scheduled to feature in the Hindi remake of Hollywood star Tom Hanks' movie 'Forest Gump'. The movie was released in the year 1994. Like Tom Hanks, Aamir Khan is also seen in the lead role in the movie. According to the latest update, Aamir Khan is busy planning a special screening of the movie for Hollywood actor Tom Hanks. This screening is scheduled to take place in the US.  According to media reports, Aamir is going to personally show the film to Tom Hanks.

Aamir to keep special screening for Tom: Reports say Aamir Khan is going to show the movie to Tom Hanks before the worldwide release of the film. Aamir Khan wants to know his opinion on the senior actor's movie. Aamir Khan is going to have a special screening for Tom Hanks. Aamir himself will travel to the US and Tom is going to see the film personally. Aamir wants Tom to watch this movie and give his opinion.

'Lal Singh Chadha' has been shot for nearly 200 days which is one of the longest movies shot for Aamir Khan after 'Lagaan'. Filmed in more than 100 locations across India, the movie will expose the audience to events in India's history that have surfaced from the perspective of 'Lal Singh Chadha'. Naturally, the long schedule was going to weigh heavily on the superstar's future commitment, but still, it was worth waiting.

According to media reports, the movie, which is adorned with Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan and many big actors, is no less than Aamir's love labour. 'Lal Singh Chadha' is produced by Aamir Khan Productions, Viacom 18 Studios and Paramount Pictures. The movie is said to be releasing this year.



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