Aamir in controversies: After the shooting of Lal Singh Chaddha, the team left Wakha village in Ladakh as a dumping ground, photos surfaced


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Aamir Khan is busy shooting for his film ‘Lal Singh Chaddha’. They want to release it on Christmas. So they are currently shooting in Ladakh. However, the team of the film has landed in controversies. Actually a video has surfaced from Wakha village in Ladakh, in which the garbage spread there has been shown. This is the same place where the team of Lal Singh Chaddha had shot in the past, and did not properly treat the garbage before leaving.

Questions raised on Aamir Khan’s thinking
A user posted a post-shooting video on social media. Which shows that the village is badly polluted and the team is leaving garbage everywhere. The video has been posted by Jigmat Ladakhi and the caption reads – Th is is a gift from Bollywood star Aamir Khan to the villagers of Wakha in Ladakh, who have left the team of Laal Singh Chaddha. Aamir Khan himself talks a lot about cleaning the environment in Satyamev Jayate, but when it comes to himself, this is what happens.


Sarukathang has become a dumping ground these days.
Another user wrote – Laal Singh is being shot in Sarukathang near Wakha village in Kargil district of Ladakh. Sarukathang these days looks like a dumping ground with plastic bottles and garbage scattered. Another user commented on a similar behavior during Aamir’s film Rang De Basanti. He wrote – Rang De Basanti came in 2006 and after that film our Nahargarh Wildlife Sanctuary became like a dump yard with beer bottles. Our team had collected 3 tonnes of broken bottles from 2 areas of the century.

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