Baadshaho Team Shot In Unfavorable Conditions At Asia's Largest Limestone Quarry!

Milan Luthria and team shot at Asia's Largest Limestone Quarry situated in Rajasthan to capture some striking scenes!

By BollywoodMDB Team - August 19, 2017
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Baadshaho Team Shot In Unfavorable Conditions At Asia's Largest Limestone Quarry!
Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Vidyut Jamwal, Esha Gupta, Ileana D'cruz, 

The makers of the much talked about film Baadshaho have kept the fans and cine lovers hooked with their interesting promotional outings! Their songs Rashke Qamar and Piya More among others are blockbusters! Also, the actors are leaving no stone unturned to talk about their upcoming project. The film is set at the backdrop of the Emergency era and is about a feisty gold theft with six badasses! Baadshaho stars Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Vidyut Jamwal, Esha Gupta, Ileana D’cruz and Sanjay Mishra in key roles.

The latest update regarding the film is that the team has shot some very crucial scenes of the film at Asia’s largest limestone quarry sparks! The place is called Sanu Limestone Mines which is about 60Km from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. A majority of the climax scenes are shot at this vast land while most of the shooting of the film is being done in other parts of the state. The official handle of the film updated the news and tweeted: “The Baadshaho's bared it all for the climax scene at Asia's largest limestone quarry situated 60km away from Jaisalmer.”

Baadshaho Team Shot In Unfavorable Conditions At Asia's Largest Limestone Quarry!
Emraan Hashmi and Ajay Devgn

Filmmaker Milan Luthria has given his all for this film which is his ambitious project. In a media interaction with a leading daily he spoke about the location, he said, “We were returning from a recce near the border, and I saw something that looked like a white sea. I was intrigued and walked towards the area, and was shocked to see that it was a stunning limestone quarry.”

“The repeated explosions created a constant cloud of chalk dust that surrounded the whole unit. This resulted in the actor’s being covered in limestone powder for hours together, every day for a week. The dust inflamed the skin and made it itch, but the cast did not complain. Milan managed to get some amazing shots in the quarry and those sequences are a significant portion of the film’s action scenes,” a source added.

Co-producer of the film, Bhushan Kumar also added, “When Milan showed me the climax scenes, I was spellbound. There was even a glimpse of it in the trailer. The cast and crew definitely had a difficult time shooting it, but what you will see on the screen will enthrall you.”

 
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