Dar Gai, intimacy director of Gehraiyaan mentioned a lot of good things about Deepika Padukone in one of her interviews.

Shakun Batra’s Gehraiyaan trailer amazed fans, netizens and film buffs the same as it highlighted a few serious, enthusiastic, tragic and close scenes. In a first for Hindi film, Gehraiyaan incorporates credits referenced for closeness which frames a significant part of the film.

In one of the interviews, Dar Gai got open with regards to working with her good friend and director Shakun Batra, revealed how intimate scenes were shot.

When Dar Gai was telling the story to Deepika, she agreed that the scenes were bit too cheesy and intimate but she “felt at home” because Deepika was listening so patiently. While she was explaining the script to her on the workshops and on set, Gai said, Not to sound chessy, but rather after my first workshop with Deepika and Siddhant, I felt at home. I felt that is the reason why I’m doing what I’m doing. That is the reason I’m here.

At the point when you work with somebody truly proficient and extremely enthusiastic about (their work), you feel so appreciative for the profession you are addressing.

She further added, I didn’t have any clue what the reaction would be. With Deepika, from the beginning, she was totally into it. Not even once, did she question the length of the workshop, the term of the activities, the need of the activity.

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Later on, on set, she didn’t scrutinize any points. Simultaneously, assuming she would feel awkward doing some scenes, she would say that in an exceptionally subtle manner and we would have find out the best way to tackle that. That cooperative soul likewise you can see onscreen.

Gehraiyaan, starring Deepika Padukone, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Ananya Panday and Dhairya Karwa in the leading roles, is all ready to release on 11 February on Amazon Prime Video.

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