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That’s why the climax of Hrithik’s film was re-shot, Farhan Akhtar reveals 20 years after its release

Arun Sharma

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Farhan Akhtar has done many films in his career. Movies like ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ and ‘Don’ are included in this list. A few days ago his film ‘Lakshya’ completed 20 years. On this special occasion, he has shared some interesting things related to the film. Recently, he revealed that a scene of the film has been re-shot. In an interview to Pinkvilla, Farhan said that the flag hoisting scene in the climax was shot in a place called Wari La Pass.

Farhan Akhtar said that Wari La Pass is about 17800 feet above sea level. This place is about four hours away from Leh. So everyone had to get up early in the morning and leave.

What did Farhan say?

Farhan said that he used to reach there around 12:30-1 am and then the cameras and other setups were done. He said everything was set up there and then Hrithik Roshan came and shot. He said, ‚ÄúThere was nothing digital at that time. The film was shot on stock. This stock was sent to Prasad Lab in Bombay. There he saw everything and after 5 to 6 days we got a report that the scene had to be re-shot as all the shots were blurry. Watching that scene, it seemed as if Hrithik was coming out of a fog. Everyone was sad. No one was ready for this.”

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Ritesh Sidhwani, who was present with Farhan, said that he shot for 149 days for the film, but this was the only scene that had to be reshot. Farhan felt that perhaps fate had given him the opportunity to reshoot the scene and the scene was shot many times better.

Arun Sharma

Arun Sharma

I am Arun Sharma, a versatile news writer covering entertainment, sports, and breaking news.

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