Los Angeles: It's time for all the Ashton Kutcher fans in India to get a glimpse of the Hollywood star as he arrives in the country this week or the next. His visit to India is because of a movie shoot.
Kutcher will shoot some portion of his forthcoming film Jobs
based on the life of Apple founder Steve Jobs. It is evident that India had a big influence on Jobs' life.
He came to India in 1974 to visit saint Neem Karoli Baba at his Kainchi Ashram with a friend. He was in search of spiritual enlightenment, but unfortunately, when they reached Baba
's ashram, he had passed away by then. Steve along with his friend then went on to search for another person named Hariakhan Baba.
A source revealed, "Both Jobs and his friend, Reed, spent a lot of time travelling between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. They used public transport, and also trekked to Himachal Pradesh and went to parts of Uttarakhand. They stayed here for seven months. At that time, Jobs had shaved his head, and worn Indian attire. Of course, no film on Jobs can be complete without a shooting schedule in India. Locations were scouted long before they will shoot in parts of UP, Agra, Jharkand and other areas."
The duration of the schedule is not yet known.