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Sonam Kapoor shares a hilarious BTS picture from the film sets of ‘Blind’, says ‘the cold is making us behave this way’ – Times of India

Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor is all ready to rule the big screen once again with her upcoming film ‘Blind’ helmed Sujoy Ghosh. Now the actress took to her social media handles to share a hilarious glimpse from the film sets with the director, Shome Makhija as they continue to shoot amid the chilly winter of Scotland.

The ‘Khoobsurat’ actress shared a picture and wrote, “We are making a thriller and are very serious about our jobs.” “The cold is making us behave this way. 🧊 🥶 flanked by The DOP and The Director #Ateam #blind #gia” she further revealed.

In the picture, Sonam along with the filmmakers are seen all wrapped up in warm clothes and boots. All three of them are also spotted with their widest smiles as they continue to shoot during the night in Glasgow and struggle with the mercury drop.

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Talking about staying mostly indoors for the shoot amid the pandemic, earlier producer Sujoy Ghosh had shared with ETimes, “We are only travelling from the hotel, where we are staying, to the place where we are shooting. In a way, this has a flip side; you don’t have too many people on the sets like earlier; only those who are essential.”

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