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Bollywood star Irrfan Khan was pictured on the set of the eagerly anticipated Jurassic World.
The actor arrived in Hawaii to begin shooting for the fourth movie in the global franchise.
The 46-year-old actor, who plays the owner of the dinosaur theme park in the film, was seen shooting scenes in Honolulu Zoo.
A range of props were seen on the film set, including the buggies used to tour the park in the original 1993 movie and a tube bearing the warning 'electric fence'.
Director Colin Trevorrow previously revealed that the film will be set 22 years after the first Jurassic Park.
Writing on Twitter he said: "This is a new sci-fi terror adventure set 22 years after the horrific events of Jurassic Park."
While details of the film's plot are a closely guarded secret, the director had earlier hinted that the film would be set on Isla Nublar which was the location for the original movie.
Trevorrow has reportedly been working closely with Jurassic Park executive producer Steven Spielberg to find the right cast for the fourth instalment in the dinosaur film, that includes Bryce Dallas Howard as a physicist with Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson playing his nephews.
The film also stars Chris Pratt and Vincent D'Onofrio who portrays the villain.
Speaking to IBTimes via Trevorrow dismissed rumours that British actor Idris Elba was set to join the cast, saying: "I love this rumor as much as the next guy, but Idris Elba won't be joining us. The dinosaurs wouldn't stand a chance."
Universal have announced a tentative release date for the film as June 2015.