Bruises and fractures notwithstanding, actor Neil Nitin Mukesh says he enjoyed doing daredevil stunts in his upcoming film "Players".
"I broke a finger... I had fractures at least four times during the making of the film. But all is fine now. Even on a regular day if a person falls on the road, he gets hurt. Here we were doing stunts," said Neil while promoting "Players".
The promo of the film is on air and Neil, 29, says it is not misleading and gives the real feel of the movie.
"These days the promos of the movies mostly mislead the audience. They only show those portions that are good or glamorous. But the promo of 'Players' will reveal a lot about the look and feel of the movie in one second," said the actor who earned critical acclaim for his debut film "Johnny Gaddaar". He later did films like "Jail", "New York" and "Lafangey Parindey".
Directed by Abbas-Mustan, "Players" is a remake of hit Hollywood action-thriller "The Italian Job". The film, also starring Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Bipasha Basu and Bobby Deol, will be the first big release of 2012 when it hits the screens Jan 6.