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Mr X in Cape Town

The unit will continue to shoot till the second week of May

Emraan Hashmi and Amyra Dastur rehearsing a scene in Cape Town
Emraan Hashmi and Amyra Dastur rehearsing a scene in Cape Town

The shooting of the Emraan Hashmi-Amyra Dastur starrer, Mr X, is currently in progress in Cape Town. After a schedule in Mumbai, this is the second schedule of the film and will continue till the second week of May. The sci-fi thriller directed by Vikram Bhatt, has Hashmi playing a cop who will be turning invisible in parts of the film according to Shagufta Rafique, the dialogue writer of the film. “The subject is in the Batman and Spider-man zone and talks about how good wins over evil,” is what Rafique had said.
Amyra, it seems is very besotted by the beautiful city and says she has plans to go shopping, sand surfing and paragliding on her days off from work.

 

Child scare

Actress Rajeshwari Sachdev’s realistic performance in a scene in Dombivili Return had her young co-star scared

By Geety Sahgal

There’s a pivotal scene in debutant directorMahendra Teredesai’s Dombivili Return in which actress Rajeshwari Sachdev is shown losing her cool beause of some trying circumstances. So realistic was her performance that her co-star, child actor Trushnika Shinde who is playing her daughter in the film got very scared. “There has been a sudden shift in ethics in my husband (Sandeep Kulkarni) and, I, an otherwise gentle housewife, suddenly loses her cool and starts screaming and yelling. Though I had worked out the rythm and pace in my head when I rehearsed the scene with Trushnika,  in the take I was more aggressive. She was taken aback at way I executed it in the final take and was disturbed.  Gently she had to be explained that everything was fine,” said the actress.
Dombivili Return is socio psychological thriller, which is also co-produced by Kulkarni.