Why Aamir Khan felt giddy shooting 'Dhoom 3' track

Published: Nov 29, 2013, 09:32 IST | Asira Tarannum

Aamir Khan recently discovered he suffers from vertigo and was on constant medication during the shoot of a high-flying song

While shooting for the Malang track in Dhoom 3, Aamir Khan had to be put on medication to control bouts of nausea. The song was shot at a height of 80 feet and the star had to keep moving mid-air. The constant twirling at such a height made him feel giddy.

Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif in the film
Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif in the film

Says a source, “It took the team about 15 days to complete the shoot and Aamir was on medication throughout.”

Aamir essays a gymnast in Vijay Krishna Acharya’s film and he offered to do the aerial shots himself. Adds the source, “The makers also had a doctor, who works with gymnasts, to be on the sets to help Aamir.”

Aamir’s spokesperson says, “He had to be put on special medication to be able to perform at ease.” 

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