For one of the scenes, which was shot in summer in Punjab, it so happened that Vidyut had to hold the arm of the villain and flip him over. But due to excessive heat and sweating, it became tough for him to get a grip over the villain.
Each time the crew tried to take the shot, Vidyut's hand would slip due to the intense heat. Despite his hard work and practice, he couldn't deliver the required shot. Vidyut paused and asked one of the production members to get him some talcum powder. He put it on the villain's arm, and the shot was easily canned thereafter.
'The scene was pulled off perfectly, without any requirement of a retake as Vidyut could easily flip the guy. The entire team was delighted as they managed to save the day, the sun was about to set and the essence of this scene had to be captured in natural daylight,' said the source. Co-produced by Reliance Entertainment and Vipul Shah's Sunshine Pictures. It is directed by ad filmmaker Dilip Ghosh.
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