Emraan Hashmi sports army uniform for shooting in Kashmir’s Baramulla district, video goes viral

Emraan Hashmi | Image: IANS

Emraan Hashmi has been shooting for his upcoming film in Kashmir. Photos and videos of the Bollywood star wearing army uniform on the sets of the film are now doing the rounds on social media. In the video, the actor was seen being mobbed by fans who gathered around him for selfies and videos.

Emraan Hashmi will apparently play an Indian army officer in the upcoming film

Emraan Hashmis shoots in Kashmis Baramulla District has excited fans of the actor and residents of the neighborhood. As soon as the actor and the film team arrived on the set, a group of people rushed to see the shooting and catch a glimpse of the actor. Some residents even got roles as extras in the film.

Photos from the film set | Image:
Photos from the film set | Image:

Sharing visuals from the ground, a post on X (formerly Twitter) created by IANS read: “Bollywood film Hundi, starring Emraan Hashmi, is currently being shot in the Old Town of Baramulla, bringing a new wave of excitement and hope to the region. The filming has created excitement among locals, who are eager to see their city on the big screen.” images from the shoot show Emraan dressed in a bulletproof jacket and the traditional army combat uniform. While details of the film remain unknown, it can be concluded that the actor will be playing the role of an army officer in the film.

Residents enjoy the shooting of Emraan Hashmi in Baramulla area of ​​Kashmir

The shooting of the film not only aroused the interest of locals but also served as a source of employment for residents. To talk with IANS, a local resident said that he got the role of a ‘vegetable seller’ in the film and expressed his excitement about it. He also urged that more films be made in the area so that they could experience cinema and increase employment opportunities. He called Nirupa Roy’s Shehani the last film shot in the district. If true, the Emraan Hashmi starrer would be the first film in six decades to be shot in Baramulla.

For the uninitiated, Kashmir district was previously known as a violent zone but has now been transformed into a cinematic gem. Another local resident said it IANS, that people used to be afraid to come to the neighborhood, but now that movies are being shot, they will see it in a new light. He also expressed his excitement over seeing Emraan in person for the first time after only seeing him on television.