Deepika Padukone spotted leaving sets of Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Pathan

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  • Deepika Padukone has started shooting for Pathan
  • On Saturday evening, the actress was spotted on the sets of the film
  • The film will mark SRK and Deepika’s iconic reunion on the big screen

Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in Aanand L. Rai’s Zero opposite Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif in 2018 and ever since we have been rooting for him to return to the big screen. Deepika Padukone was last seen in the 2020-released Chhapaak and we have been waiting to see her return to the big screen too. And what’s better than having the iconic duo of SRK and Deepika return to the screens together!

Shah Rukh Khan, of late, has been creating quite a buzz (already) due to his upcoming film Pathan. Though there has been no update straight from SRK apart from a few hints, reports suggest that John Abraham plays a pivotal role in Pathan and Deepika Padukone plays the female lead.

And what looks like it, the lady has begun shooting for Pathan as she was spotted leaving the film’s set post wrapping her part of the shoot for the day on Saturday evening. Dressed in a casual top and pants with her signature bun, Deepika Padukone was spotted reaching out for her car after wrapping Pathan’s shoot. Here are a few photos:

Deepika Padukone leaves Pathan sets post shoot

Deepika spotted leaving Pathan sets!

Deepika spotted leaving Pathan sets!

About Deepika’s stint in Pathan, a trade source shared, “After SRK and John, now Deepika starts shooting for the much-anticipated Pathan. It’s really amazing to see the big superstars of our generation starting to shoot despite the pandemic. It gives out a strong, positive message to the industry and when you have a huge film like Pathan on floors, the industry breathes a fresh lease of life. Deepika will be shooting with Shah Rukh till the schedule wrap of Pathan which should happen in the next 15-20 days.”

The trade source further added that Deepika will be seen in her fittest and hottest best in the film.

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