Amitabh Bachchan has been treating fans with different pictures from the sets of Goodbye. The actor often takes it to Instagram to share pictures of his cutest co-star, a dog and puts a smile on his followers’ faces. The film boasts of an ensemble cast including names like Rashmika Mandanna, Neena Gupta and Pavail Gulati. The team has been extensively shooting for the film in Mumbai and a picture of Bachchan from the sets of the film has now leaked online.
The picture was shared online by a fan account of Mandanna’s. It shows Bachchan and the actress in the same frame. The actor is seen wearing a pink shirt paired with a dark green-coloured half-jacket, Mandanna is seen opting for a grey top. Bachchan looks quite different from his general charismatic self and has left fans even more excited for the film.
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Pavail Gulati, who was roped in for the film recently, will essay the role of Bachchan’s son in the film which is centred around a funeral. The film marks Gulati’s second collaboration with Big B. The two have earlier worked in the TV series titled Yudh.
Opening up about working with the megastar, the Thappad actor said, “Goodbye is a very special film for me with my very special friends. Absolutely thrilled and excited to be part of it. What makes it even more special is to get an opportunity to work with a legend like Mr Amitabh Bachchan sir again. It is indeed an amazing feeling.”
“This is my second collaboration with Balaji Telefilms, Ekta and Ruchikaa and I couldn’t be happier about this reunion. Can’t wait to embark on this exciting journey and I’m certain it’s going to be a fun riot shooting with Rashmika and Amitabh sir,” Pavail Gulati added.
Goodbye is backed by Good Co-Production, Balaji Telefilms and Reliance Entertainment and directed by Vikas Bahl. The film’s mahurat shot took place in Mumbai on April 1 with Mandanna kickstarting the shoot for the film. Bachchan joined the shoot on April 4. The film also marks Bahl’s reunion with Ekta Kapoor, who have previously collaborated on films like Lootera and Udta Punjab.