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The most difficult shot was the one we had to take in the ruins where we had the actors standing on a 25-feet high wall and the shot had to be captured with a jimmy jib
– Sanjay Gadhvi director
For the foot-tapping Boom boom, the crew and lead actors Jackky Bhagnani and Nidhi Subbaiah went to Tuscany, a region known for its scenic landscapes, beaches and great for outdoor song shoots. The fun number has several background dancers in skimpy bikinis and was shot in Forte dei Marmi, a sea town and Viareggio, both in the province of Lucca, northern Tuscany. They also shot portions of the song atTwiga beach club in Forte dei Marmi and Balena nightclub in Viareggio. Apart from Indian dancers being flown down, there were dancers flown down from London as well as 30 local Italian dancers. "Shooting this song was not difficult as we were there during the summer months when there is light till 8:30pm! So we had plenty of time over the five days to shoot the song," says the director, Sanjay Gadhvi.
While the Indian crew consisted of 60-80 people, the production house hired equipment from a local Milan company along with three Italian crew members. These three including the line producers and a team of art directors, the local crew consisted of around 20 people.
For Sun soniye, the team travelled to the snow-capped Monte Bianco, also known as the White Mountain on the Franco-Italian border --- the highest mountain in the Alps, Western Europe. This turned out to be a more challenging shoot as it's very windy there and the day the crew was to shoot, it started pouring.
"The weather in these regions is very unpredictable and if it starts raining you can lose a lot of time, like we lost half a day. We had cable cars to take us to and from the shooting location. The most difficult shot was the one we had to take in the ruins where we had the actors standing on a 25-feet high wall and the shot had to be captured with a jimmy jib. Moreover, they had to look their glam best! We had hot towels and coffee ready for them after every shot," says Gadhavi.
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