With the temperature dropping and the apparent snow levels slightly rising in Kashmir, Aditya Roy Kapur doesn’t seem to be having a very good time whilst shooting for his forthcoming project ‘Fitoor’.
Helmed by Abhishek Kapoor, according to DNA, the cast and crew are having to work extremely long hours whilst tackling the harsh weather conditions. Reports have it, that due to the light in the early hours of the morning being the best time to shoot,��the camera gets rolling at 5am, however can’t stop shooting until the sun goes down, and with Kapur playing the lead, he has to be at every shoot.
The reports go on to say that due to an early start everyone has to wake up at 3am in the morning, resulting in not getting enough rest for the next day. Even with the long days, the weather changes so much that even between breaks they sometimes have to wait before the light comes back.
The reason for going through all this is due to the snow that sets the perfect backdrop for the film’s setting, According to the news, the crew will go back to Mumbai for a few weeks, only to then return to Kashmir in January, where it is said that the weather will be even worse.
Here’s hoping it will all work out fine and will be worth all the effort in the end.
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