After being clicked in Old Delhi and Safdarjung Enclave recently, Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher was spotted shooting at the Kesi Ghat in Vrindavan on Wednesday. Kutcher, who flies back tonight, is in India to shoot for Jobs, a biopic on late Apple founder Steve Jobs. A source informs us that the actor and crew had to halt the shooting for over two hours in Vrindavan due to incessant rain.
The Hollywood actor is already in India since Monday evening. The 34-year-old is here to shoot for a biopic on the late Apple founder Steve Jobs, in which he plays the lead.
“Kutcher is already here since Monday and he shot at the Safdarjung Madarsa on Tuesday,” a source told us, adding that the actor and team also shot at Vrindavan on Wednesday. “He shot a couple of scenes there that show that he is meeting someone and attaining enlightenment,” the source added.
Delhiites, too, haven’t missed spotting him at the hotel he is staying in, as well as around Jama Masjid in Old Delhi. “A friend spotted the actor at The Claridges,” tweeted delhisultan.
A source from The Claridges confirms, “Yes, he is staying with us and he is a really cool person. He arrived here late Monday evening.”
A picture of him also surfaced on the Facebook page, I Love New Delhi. Apart from director Joshua Michael Stern, Kutcher is also accompanied by his father, Larry. His girlfriend, actor Mila Kunis, is not accompanying him as was reported.
He will also shoot in Uttrakhand and Jharkhand, and fly out on Sep 3. “In case they would have managed to shoot cheat scenes for Jharkhand at Vrindavan, they won’t be going there,” the source told us.