Popular mythological saga "Siya Ke Ram" makers have got eight copies made of a single costume to deal with sudden showers.
Siya Ke Ram
The Star Plus show, majorly shot at the Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad, has been under the weather scanner after monsoon hit the city. And the makers have found the most peculiar way out to deal with the uncertain rains.
The show's track is proceeding towards the iconic war between Ram and Raavan for which the entire cast and crew has been preparing day in and day out.
The sequences that lead up to the war need to be shot at an open ground location but because of the erratic weather conditions, the actors often end up getting drenched.
So the makers have found a way out by making eight copies of a single costume to ensure that they never miss out on their precious shooting time.
"The production team has actually got eight replicas of our original costumes which means we have eight copies of one costume for every actor," Madirakshi, who currently essays the role of Sita in the show," said in a statement.
"There have been times when we get drenched and the humidity doesn’t let our costumes dry on time, so to avoid any disturbance in the shoot, we have substituted costumes that work well for us," she added.
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