Chris Hemsworth wraps up shoot in India, massive crowd gathers to bid farewell

Chris Hemsworth wraps up shoot in India, massive crowd gathers to bid farewell

Citizen’s Voice Tv ; Famed Australian actor, Chris Hemsworth completes India portion of the shoot for his upcoming Netflix movie Dhaka. Huge crowd gathers to bid farewell to the international star.

Chris shared a video on his Instagram account on Saturday informing that his shoot in India has completed.

In the video, the 35 year old actor is surrounded by a huge crowd of people who are cheering for him as he walks to his car and waves at the fans.

Expressing gratitude to the people of India, the Thor actor captioned the video saying, “That’s a wrap for the India portion of our shoot , next stop Thailand . Cant say enough how grateful we are to the people of India for letting us run riot through the streets while shooting what I think could be some of the most intense and exciting action sequences ever done . Our director @thesamhargrave is bringing it to a whole new level.”

Chris Hemsworth on Instagram: “Beyond thankful for the kindness and generosity that the people of India have extended to us while making our little film here…”

The Netflix movie Dhaka is an action film in which the Australian actor plays a character that has to rescue a kidnapped Indian boy of a businessman.

Hemsworth had previously shared pictures from the set and with fans in Ahmedabad where he was shooting for the movie.

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