Padmavati: Senior Actor Raza Murad SLAPPED Ranveer Singh 24 times!
Ranveer Singh (Photo: Instagram)
Reportedly, Ranveer Singh was recently shooting for an important scene of 'Padmavati' in which he had to get slapped by the veteran actor Raza Murad, who is playing the character of Jalaluddin Khiljee in the film. Sanjay Leela Bhansali was not happy with the first take and the actors had to redo the scenes a lot of times.
“Sanjay Leela Bhansali took 24 retakes for the scene and Raza Murad slapped Ranveer 24 times to get it right. Finally, the 24th take was okayed by Bhansali. However, Ranveer had no qualms about the same,” said a source in the report.
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Ranveer also took to Instagram and shared this news snippet and wrote, "True story!"
Check out the post here:
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This is not the first time when Ranveer Singh & Raza Murad are working together as they also shared the screen-space in director's previous outings 'Goliyon Ki Rasleela...Ram Leela' and 'Bajirao Mastani'. 'Padmavati' is their third outing together.
Raza Murad & Ranveer in 'Bajirao Mastani'
Padmavati, which also stars Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor, will hit the screens on November 17. Deepika will be seen playing the titular character with Shahid playing her husband Raja Rawal Singh.
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