Kareena took to her Instagram page to announce the ending on Saturday night.
“DSX! Best crew, best ride, best times…and I’m sure best movie too. Get ready @netflix_in…this one is… @jayshewakramani @akshaipuri @itsvijayvarma @jaideepahlawat #SujoyGhosh,” she wrote alongside the footage with the film’s crew. Netflix officially announced the film, based on Keigo Higashino’s 2005 novel, in March.
The film, which marks Kareena’s OTT debut, is produced by 12th Street Entertainment, Northern Lights Films in association with Ghosh’s banner Boundscript and Seoul-based production house Kross Pictures.
Kareena will next be seen in ‘Laal Singh Chadha’, the Hindi remake of Hollywood hit ‘Forrest Gump’, which is slated for release on August 11.
Ahlawat was recently seen in the ZEE5 series “The Broken News” and Varma will soon appear in “Darlings”, another Netflix film. Ghosh last directed “Typewriter,” a series for the streamer.