The current buzz which is doing rounds in the media is that after a week long halt Salman Khan's dear project VEER will once again resume its shooting as Rajasthan High Court has lifted its ban on the film. Last week, the shooting of this period film was stalled after some 15 people including two camera persons were injured when a portion of 20-foot long wall at the historic Amber Fort collapsed during the shooting of the film.
Though the court has permitted to continue with the shoot but it is being held that the court authorities have asked the producers to pay a compensation of Rs 20 lakh for damaging the wall. The compensation amount will be utilized to restore the fort and to give to those injured in the wall collapse. Also the court has given only 4 days to complete the entire shooting. 2 days to shoot and 2 days to wind up.
As of now the makers are happy with court's decision and have agreed to it. Let's hope the film doesn't attract any more controversies and concludes successfully.