The actor Ali Fazal announced on Thursday that he had completed filming for his latest Hollywood project, “Kandahar.” While filming the action-thriller in Saudi Arabia, Fazal informed his followers of the development via his Instagram Stories. “What a satisfying conclusion!! And what a wonderful night it was!! We adore you all!! the 35-year-old actor, who has previously appeared in international films such as “Furious 7” and “Victoria and Abdul,” revealed “, which was written alongside a photo of the cast and crew. Fazal had posted a video of his visit to the two holiest mosques in the world, in Mecca and Medina, just hours before.
“To Medina and then to Mecca, of course! What a fantastic way to wrap up my photoshoot! I consider myself to be extremely fortunate in a variety of ways. At the very least, I enjoy thinking. This one was made specifically for Amma and Nana. I will never be able to recover from their loss. Perhaps healing isn’t the best option. Seeking is what it is. We’ll find out soon enough. But I prayed, and I prayed for everyone in my immediate vicinity. Family, friends, and anyone else who is in need of love are all welcome. There are simply too many of them. Moreover, guess what? There’s even more love to give and receive in this world. So hold on a sec, everyone. A serious amount of love has been pumped into your direction!!! This is for all of the atheists. Consider this to be one massive meditation session that can’t possibly go wrong. There are too many energies at work. There are far too many of them “He added a caption to the video.
“Kandahar” is being directed by Ric Roman Waugh, who is best known for directing films such as “Angel Has Fallen,” “Felon,” and “Greenland.” The film is starring Scottish actor Gerard Butler. The film is based on a screenplay written by Waugh and Mitchell LaFortune, a former military intelligence officer who served in Iraq. Mitchell’s experiences while working for the Defense Intelligence Agency in Afghanistan served as inspiration for the storey.
During the film, Bulter portrays the character of Tom Harris, a CIA agent based in the Middle East whose cover is blown after an intelligence leak reveals the nature of his classified mission. Harris and his translator are trapped in hostile territory and must fight their way out of the desert to an extraction point in Kandahar, Afghanistan, all while evading the attention of elite special forces on the hunt for them.
The specifics of Fazal’s character are still being kept under wraps.
Thunder Road Films, known for producing films such as the “John Wick” series and “Sicario,” G-BASE, and Capstone Group are collaborating on the production of “Kandhar.” “Death on the Nile,” directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Gal Gadot from “Wonder Woman,” will be Fazal’s next major Hollywood release in the coming months. In the United States, the film will be released on February 11.