Now that I am here, I think it's time we address the most important topic of concern. NO, there's nothing from a politician which is making me say it this time!
WINTER IS HERE!
And, it wouldn't be fair if we don't consider the hard work that our performing artists put in when it comes to delivering the great quotient of entertainment to us! On that note, I am here to discuss some of the instances where I felt that these Bollywood celebs crossed all the levels of dedication and shot in FREEZING temperatures!
I mean, hats off to you, warriors. I can't get out of this rajai, and you literally went places.
The actor left no stone unturned in his film Shivaay. His efforts and hard work did not go in vain. One of the scenes was shot on the top of Bulgaria's Balkan mountains at a temperature as low as minus 19 degrees.
The duo shot in Iceland for their song Gerua and it was literally not a hard nut to crack. The making video of the song tells us all the challenges that the makers had to face. Watch it here.
Alia recalled the hardships and the challenges that she had to face while shooting the film in Kaza, Himachal Pradesh. She was heard quoting that: "It was snowing heavily, there was no electricity, no hot water and none of the hotels were open."
Shahid Kapoor did complete justice to the Hindi version of Shakespeare's acclaimed play Hamlet in the form of Haider.
The actor recalls his time during the shoots, and in one of the interviews he mentioned that: "The temperature was -15 and -17 degrees Celsius. While dancing, after every two steps, everybody had to sit down. The air is so thin, and we were not used to dancing in that kind of weather. We were all wearing five layers of clothing, and it was difficult to move with that weight."
We all loved the song Yeh Ishq Haaye from the film Jab We Met. The starting part of the song is shot in the chilly, frosty Rohtang Pass where the temperature is relatively low.
The duo shot in freezing cold temperature of Europe for a song in their film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
The images are a proof of how chilly the weather might be. While Pulkit was seen wearing a sweater I feel sad for Yami. When the actress met her co-star for the very first time she was covered in layers of blanket and could barely manage to handshake.
J P Dutta's most famous film LOC Kargil was shot in Ladakh where the temperature would usually be -20 degrees Celsius. The makers also report that it was one of the worst reported winters.
Although the script of the film is based in Kashmir, due to the politically sensitive climate of the region some stills from the film were shot in Poland. It was really chilly there and the actors had a tough time shooting it.
No, this is not the BTS still from a film's set. Recently, Hrithik was spotted shooting in snowy locales of Europe, and he took to Twitter to share the picture with his fans.
That's all, people.
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