Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth, who was in India for a short time to shoot for his forthcoming Netflix project, Dhaka, has wrapped up his schedule here. On Saturday, the ‘God of Thunder’ said goodbye to the country and its people in a heartwarming post.

Hemsworth shared a video on Instagram, a crowd stood by the roadside, cheering as the Avenger star walked to his car.

“That’s a wrap for the India portion of our shoot, next stop Thailand. Can’t say enough how grateful we are to the people of India for letting us run riot through the streets while shooting what I think could be some of the most intense and exciting action sequences ever done. Our director Sam Hargrave is bringing it to a whole new level. Netflix. India,” he wrote.

Badrinath ki dulhania singer Rajnigandha Shekhawat, a Hemsworth fan, managed to meet the actor in Ahmedabad.

Sharing her experience, Rajnigandha told IANS: “I went with the sole intention of meeting him and divine intervention helped me achieve it. He was shooting from morning 6 a.m. till 6 p.m. in the Ahmedabad sun.

“While all others had their pollution masks on, he shot without it in the sweltering heat and returned super exhausted, daily. Aside from his 20-minute high-intensity workout, he never left his room.

“The few moments that I got with him, he was very polite and courteous, heard what I said, thanked me for a package I gave him, and was an overall nice guy.”

Earlier, the actor shared a video showing off a “welcome package” from his hotel room after arriving in India.

“I’ve got to India… It’s a welcome package… All edible, including my picture, hammer… Look at this, terrific,” Hemsworth said as he bites into an edible chocolate picture frame with his Thor look, and into a chocolate version of Thor’s iconic hammer.


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Dhaka is an action film in which Chris Hemsworth plays a character that has to liberate a kidnapped Indian boy. Physically brave but an emotional coward, the man has to come to terms with his identity and sense of self.

-With IANS inputs