The film ‘Lakshya’ was released on 18 June 2004. (Photo Credits: faroutakhtar/Instagram)
Recalling the days of shooting of the film ‘Lakshay’, Preity Zinta described it as her toughest film so far and said that shooting at an altitude of 18 thousand feet in Ladakh was scary, but it was also spectacular. was.
The film ‘Lakshay’, directed by Bollywood actor-director Farhan Akhtar, was released on 18 June 2004. On the completion of 17 years of this film, Farhan Akhtar and Preity Zinta expressed their gratitude to the soldiers of the country and remembered their sacrifice. Hrithik Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan and Preity Zinta, along with Fahan, got a chance to see the life of the armed forces engaged in the defense of the country closely. On this occasion, Farhan and Preeti have remembered the days of shooting on Instagram.
Preity Zinta shared the song ‘Agar Main Kaho’ from the film ‘Lakshya’ on her Instagram and wrote, ‘Remembering Lakshya, I want to tell that the film was the toughest film of my career so far. Shooting at an altitude of 18 thousand feet in Ladakh was full of fear on one side and it felt good there too. I am proud of this film. This film is like a love letter to the soldiers of the army. It reminds us that the sacrifice and bravery of the soldiers of our country should never be forgotten. Thank you’.
At the same time, the director of the film Farhan Akhtar also wrote a post on the completion of 17 years of ‘Lakshya’ on Instagram. Farhan writes, ‘I am forever grateful for the cooperation of the Indian Army. I would be grateful to the crew members and dedicated artists involved in the shooting of this film. It was the experience of a lifetime. I don’t consider it a film but more than that. 17 years of target’.
On this post of Farhan, Zoya Akhtar expressed her love on the heart emoji share, then Hrithik Roshan wrote ‘The power of your faith my friend, nothing else’. At the same time, a fan wrote ‘After watching this film, my father named me Lakshya’.