Bollywood actor Siddharth Malhotra’s upcoming film is ‘Sher Shah’. The film is based on the heroic story of the martyr Kargil War Hero. The makers have shot the film in Kargil itself. Sources related to the film have shared some interesting information related to the shoot with Dainik Bhaskar. One is that it has been shot in Kargil. That too, when the restrictions under Article 370 were removed in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to this, there was a lot of tension between India and Pakistan in the immediate months. The situation was such that there could be a fight on the border at any time from both the sides. Even in those circumstances, a crew of 250 people shot there for two months.
Those working in Dharma Productions said, “We shot the film in very challenging conditions. Military bases were built near a Ghumri in Kargil to shoot the film. Replica tanks of Bofors which were taken from Mumbai, Their targets were towards the Pakistani soil. Suddenly one day an officer from the Indian Army came to us. He told us that there was an inquiry from the Pakistani Army that there is no movement for war here. It was clarified from the Indian Army. It’s not like that. It’s a preparation related to the shooting of the film. It was an interesting thing for us as well.”