The actor met the Delhi police commissioner to sort out permissions for the shoot of his upcoming film 'Bang Bang'
The shooting of Hrithik Roshan-Katrina Kaif starrer, 'Bang Bang', ran into trouble recently when the Delhi police, allegedly tipped off by a complainant, stalled their shoot. It seems that Hrithik was shooting aerial stunts on a flyover bridge in Delhi when the police asked the unit to stopped shooting due to the resulting traffic chaos.
Hrithik Roshan on the sets of 'Bang Bang' in New Delhi
Though the cast and crew complied with the orders on the said day, there was more trouble ahead when the authorities informed the film’s unit that the permission to shoot any further had been revoked.
“Lack of permission amounts to cancellation of the shoot or a change of location. Both would have disrupted the shooting schedule and led to a huge production loss,” says a source, adding that it was Hrithik who saved the day.
“As soon as Hrithik was informed about the situation, he decided to take charge. He then met with the Delhi Police Commissioner to sort out the issue,” adds the source.