Actor Varun Dhawan, who anxiously awaits the release of his forthcoming film "ABCD 2" felt like being in a spaceship while shooting for a romantic song in the US for the Remo D'Souza-directed film.
According to a source, the cast of the film was supposed to shoot at below-zero temperature in a secluded part of the Grand Canyon, and the spot was high up on a mountain. One needed helicopters to reach the spot. So, the cast and crew was being dropped on location in twos.
Varun and Shraddha Kapoor were dropped at the location, and only then did the "Main Tera Hero" realise that his woollens were in a bag that was yet to come. While Shraddha had a shawl, Varun had no woollens to help him till the crew assembled.
Later, the location manager offered a space blanket -- originally designed by NASA for astronauts who travel into space -- to the actor. The blanket was silver in colour and it was heat reflective, which keeps the person from losing body heat.
The sequel of 2013 film, "ABCD: AnyBody Can Dance", is slated to release on June 19.
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