Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth, who plays the role of 'Thor' in Marvel Cinematic Universe is busy shuttling between different areas of the country and dealing with traffic in India. The 35-year-old is currently filming the Netflix film 'Dhaka' in Ahmedabad and has shared highlights of his trip on the photo-sharing app Instagram. From one Instagram story on Sunday night, Hemsworth shared a picture, which showed that he was stuck in a traffic jam. Although unlike us, the 'Avenger: Infinity War' star was alright with it, and called it a 'beautiful chaos'
Here's the picture!
On Monday, November 5, he shared a picture with a group of children, who were present on the sets of his film, and wrote: "Beyond thankful for the kindness and generosity that the people of India have extended to us while making our little film here."
Here's the picture!
Reportedly, Chris Hemsworth is likely to shoot for 'Dhaka' in Mumbai too. The film is directed by Sam Hargrave and is the story of a man who has been entrusted with the task of rescuing a kidnapped Indian boy. Apart from the Netflix film, Chris will be seen in the ' sequel of Avengers: Infinity War'. in which he will reprise the role of Thor (God Of Thunder). The film also stars Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Benedict Cumberbatch and Josh Brolin among others.
Meanwhile, ‘Dhaka’ director Hargrave has a rather interesting career graph during his stint with MCU. He started off as Chris Evans’ stunt double in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier', then went on work as a stunt co-ordinator 'Captain America: Civil War' which was followed by his work as second unit director on Infinity War. Meanwhile, work on the fourth instalment of the ‘Avengers’ franchise is currently underway. As per reports, Anthony and Joe Russo recently revealed that they will be working on the post-production of the film throughout March.
Further, he has also been signed for 'MIB', which is said to be a spin-off of the popular 'Men In Black' series, which was headlined by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. Just like the 'Men In Black' films, this too will be directed by F Gary Gray.