Aamir Khan is set to kick off an exciting cinematic venture as he gears up to commence shooting for two diverse projects, ‘Sitaare Zameen Par’ and ‘Lahore: 1947,’ in February 2024.
According to Pinkvilla, Aamir Khan will initiate the shooting for ‘Sitaare Zameen Par’ on February 2. The actor, who has been deeply involved in the film’s pre-production, has dedicated significant time to crafting his role and has conducted numerous reading sessions with the ensemble cast.
The versatile actor, known for his meticulous approach to filmmaking, will be collaborating with RS Prasanna for the social dramedy where he has cast the talented Genelia D’Souza (Deshmukh) as the female lead. Aamir will be allocating 70 to 80 working days for the film.
Simultaneously, Aamir Khan will mark his maiden collaboration with Sunny Deol in the Rajkumar Santoshi-directed ‘Lahore: 1947.’ Set against the backdrop of the partition era, the film is scheduled to begin its shoot on February 12, 2024. The production team has already initiated set construction in Mumbai to authentically recreate the historical period.
The film marks the reunion of the dynamic director-actor duo, Rajkumar Santoshi and Sunny Deol, after a prolonged hiatus. While there are speculations about Aamir making a guest appearance in “Lahore: 1947,” an official confirmation is still pending.
This endeavor signifies a remarkable moment for Aamir Khan’s production house, as multiple films are slated to be on the floors simultaneously. Additionally, the banner has two films lined up for release in the first half of 2024 – the Kiran Rao-directed ‘Lapata Ladies’ and the Sanjay Mishra-starrer ‘Pritam Pyaare.’
Meanwhile, Aamir Khan has already announced the Christmas 2024 release of ‘Sitaare Zameen Par,’ keeping audiences eagerly awaiting the cinematic treats lined up by Aamir Khan in the coming year.

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