Kolkata: In the first ever stunt scene by a top heroin without a body-double in a Bengali film, actor Koel Mallick still relives that eerie feeling to jump and hang from the 34th floor in `Rangbaaz`.
"It was a scary experience but I was trusting God. I did not go for a body double as she would also have been a girl like me. There were some other stunts also and I ended up having seven stitches," Koel said.
"In fact the person having done the stunt scenes in Race and international projects Allan Amin, did the stunt in Rangbaaz where me and Deb`s excellent camaraderie showed," she added.
Having recalled the sublime experience to shoot in the Vatican City of Rome, Koel said, "It was again the first Bengali film shot in such a heritage place and a dream coming true for any girl."
About her working with superstar Deb, again after Paglu 2 which turned out to be a blockbuster last Puja before marriage, Koel said "Yes he is a very very good actor and fantastic friend. We have a strong friendship and that reflects."
Deb, who complimented Koel as "looking gorgeous, termed her as the best co-star."
About Rangbaz to vie Mishawr Rahasya, Deb said, "Rangbaaz is a hardcore masala film while the later is a different genre adventure film. I like Misawr director Srijitda`s (Mukherjee) work. I loved working with him in a cameo earlier."
"So there will be no competition," Deb signed of about Rangbaaz, produced by Surinder Films.