While a majority portions of Bombay Velvet was filmed on sets created in Sri Lanka, parts of it have been shot in Mumbai. Recently Ranbir Kapoor was snapped while shooting in Mumbai’s by-lanes of the Dadar Parsi Colony, a place that exudes an old world charm with several bungalows and two-storied buildings. Ranbir was seen walking past the famous Dadar Parsi Agiary looking dapper in his 60s costume, attired in a waistcoat, shirt and trouser.
Interestingly, more than 400 vintage cars were present on the sets of Bombay Velvet in Sri Lanka, for several crucial scenes.
Bombay Velvet is directed by Anurag Kashyap and produced by Fox Star Studios and Phantom Films. It is slated to release on November 28 this year. The shoot wrapped up on April 15.
Suniel Shetty injured his leg on the sets of Koyelaanchal
In Koyelaanchal, there’s a scene where Suniel Shetty runs after a moving car and tries to grab the driver. The actor refused to use a double and did the scene on his own without realising the repercussions. Shetty was dragged for a short distance during the chase, but after that he couldn’t hold on and fell down, which resulted in a nasty swelling on his leg. However, he continued to shoot for the scene for three nights consecutively even though he found it difficult to walk.. “He’s 50 plus but he has the passion and strength to do tough action scenes without a using a double,” said Asshu Trikha, the director of the film.
Amyra Dastur had a lucky escape while performing a stunt for Mr X
Amyra Dastur had a lucky escape while shooting a stunt on the sets of Mr X at a Mumbai studio. The actress who had to run towards a wall and then do a back-flip rehearsed the stunt several times, but during the final take as she ran towards the wall she twisted her ankle and fell on her back, because of the high heels she was wearing. Luckily the floor was cushioned but still Amyra hurt her back and was in immense pain. The actress was immediately tended to and given painkillers after which she continued with her stunts.