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Irrfan Khan pushes back Japanese TV show shoot

Irrfan Khan pushes back Japanese TV show shoot

India Blooms News Service | 29 Aug 2015, 10:22 pm
Mumbai, Aug 29 (IBNS): Actor Irrfan Khan is definitely a busy man. He has just completed shooting for Hollywood film, ‘Inferno’ and was to begin shooting for his Japanese TV show last week.
But due to pending commitments for a Bollywood project, the actor had to push back his shoot for the Japanese miniseries.
“Once Irrfan gets into character for the TV show, it will be really difficult for him to leave that midway, and fly back to India or make time for any other commitment. Getting all the actors’ dates for the combination scenes is never easy. Irrfan was kind enough to push the TV show shoot by a few days,” informed a source close to the actor. 
Irrfan will play the role of an Indian judge which is to be shot across Europe and Japan.  
Based on World War II, the miniseries will be directed by Canadian director and screenwriter Rob W King and Dutch director Pieter Verhoeff.  Irrfan will now begin shoot next week.

Irrfan Khan pushes back Japanese TV show shoot

India Blooms News Service
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