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Ali Fazal resumes Mirzapur 3 shoot a month after his wedding with Richa Chadha

In the third season of the Prime Video show, the actor will be reprising the role of Guddu Bhaiyya.

Ali Fazal resumes Mirzapur 3 shoot a month after his wedding with Richa Chadha
Ali Fazal in a still from Mirzapur 2
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 04.40 AM, Nov 06, 2022


What are the ideal pre-wedding events to follow after a romantic wedding? Well, guns and blood if you're Ali Fazal. The actor started filming the third season of the crime drama Mirzapur in Lucknow, about a month after he wed Richa Chadha.

A source told Mid Day that Ali made sure he didn't take a long break from the Mirzapur shoot, despite it being one of his major personal milestones. By the end of September, he had finished a big part of his work and was ready to leave for Delhi to start the celebrations.

The Amazon Prime Video crime drama's director Gurmmeet Singh and the actors Pankaj Tripathi, Shweta Tripathi Sharma, and Vijay Varma kept filming important scenes without Fazal last month. Fazal, also known as Guddu bhaiyya, has joined the squad and has a 30-day schedule planned in Delhi and Lucknow. One hears that after he wraps up the web series by early December, the newlyweds will travel on their honeymoon.

The source continued by saying that the couple hasn't had time to go on their honeymoon since their wedding. So, they've decided to take a short trip in December, after which Ali will leave for a project in another country. The specifics of the offering are being kept a secret for the time being.

Meanwhile, for their wedding, Richa and Ali had hired a wedding planning business that used a variety of methods, including eco-friendly decor and decor made from recycled or repurposed wood and natural elements. By choosing culinary experiences that are more sustainable and hiring specialists who are known for such experiences, the couple also concentrated on minimising food waste at all of their wedding-related events. The teams from various organisations were instructed to use recyclable plastic and reduce the amount of plastic waste produced during the events.