The Akshay Kumar mayhem in Delhi
Zee Media Bureau
The macho Akshay Kumar has been shooting for the most awaited action comedy of the year Boss. Needless to say, Akshay is going all out with this film in terms of action and comedy.
The team of `BOSS` just finished shooting in Delhi and some of the toughest action sequences were shot in the bustling Chandni Chowk and Jama Masjid. It is one of the most populated areas of the city which made the crew members have a tough time.
The crew had to manage a large crowd that turned up to witness the BOSS Kumar in action. Naturally, this created a nightmare for the crew to manage the number of people and also ensure the shoot to progress smoothly. And when the BOSS realized the chaos created by the crowd for shooting, he decided to do his own bit for controlling the crowd.
A crew member says, “The shootings were happening all day long and thousands had come to see their favorite star in flesh and blood. Even the 100 odd private security personnel and many more policemen couldn`t control the crowd. After every break, Akshay had to literally wave to the audience and request them to calm down. At Chandni Chowk, he actually walked through the thousands of people who had come to see him into his car.”
Needless to say, Akshay emerged as a saviour for the crew members.
Directed by Anthony D’souza,the film stars Akshay Kumar ,Mithun Chakraborty, Shiv Pandit, Aditi Rao Hydari along with Danny Denzongpa, Ronit Roy, Johnny Lever.
Produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, Cape Of Good Films and Ashwin Varde Productions `BOSS` is all set to release this 16th October!
Make way for the BOSS!!!
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