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It took Ranbir Kapoor 70 takes to fall from the chair correctly in Saawariya: ‘My back really broke’

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Actor Ranbir Kapoor made his debut within the Hindi movie trade with filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Saawariya in 2007. In his interviews, he admitted that the movie’s set turned a faculty for him, and he learnt many issues from Bhansali. A kind of was not being shy in giving a number of takes as a result of in Saawariya he gave 70 takes only for one shot.

In an earlier interview with Movie Companion, Ranbir had shared that Bhansali is a director who wouldn’t settle in something lower than 45 takes for a scene, even when it simply requires an actor to show his head. He recalled how whereas capturing for the ‘towel-song’, “Jab Se Tera Naina” he needed to fall from the chair 70 occasions earlier than Bhansali received that good shot.

Ranbir narrated, “There was a shot on this so-called ‘towel tune’ Jab Se Tere Naina, the place I needed to roll again on this chair and fall down and the towel needed to fall in a sure method with my leg displaying and there was one shot the place I used to be mendacity down laughing and I needed to stand up and sing a tune. He’s very explicit about what beat you catch, he’s a really musical director – you fall on this beat, you raise your head right here, you snort right here – all the pieces is musical. I did 45 or 50 takes in the future and my again actually broke. So, he was all sympathetic and mentioned ‘I’ll handle’.”


However the subsequent day, Ranbir was once more doing the identical shot. “The following morning after I got here again, he mentioned, ‘No, I’ve not received it’ and I needed to do one other 70 takes,” the actor shared. Nevertheless, giving so many takes for one shot made Ranbir affected person sufficient to offer as many takes as a director requires of him.

Ranbir additionally credit Bhansali for studying the worth of ‘sacrifice’ in life. He mentioned, “He instiled this worth in me that you might want to sacrifice a sure private life, enjoyable or one thing that stardom offers you as a result of it would take away from sure believability and empathy that you’ll really feel in your character. It could sound unusual, however that sacrifice holds an important worth in my life.”

Saawariya additionally marked the Bollywood debut of Sonam Kapoor. The movie additionally starred Rani Mukerji and Salman Khan.




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