Kartik Aaryan completed the shoot of Ram Madhvani directorial ‘Dhamaka’ in 10 days which also stars mrunal thakur in female lead.
Bollywood heartthrob Kartik Aaryan is among the few actors who started shooting for a new film and wrapped it in just 10 days. Kartik announced Dhamaka on his birthday that is, November 22, and started shooting for the film December 14, 2020. And in just 10 days, the actor announced that he has completed the filming of Ram Madhvani directorial. Now as reports states, for just a 10-day shoot, Kartik was paid Rs 20 crore.
Yes youe read that right, as per reports in the Money Control website, as the shooting schedule of Dhamaka was quite compact, the budget didn’t go overboard and the production saved a lot of money. This led to Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety actor earning a whopping amount again among the firsts in his generation of actors. Moreover, the pre-production work was set perfectly and Ram, who has an advertisement background brought into the shoot, which helped in cutting the costs of the thriller film.
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Dhamaka is an upcoming action thriller film directed by Ram Madhvani and produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Amita Madhvani and Ram Madhvani. It is an official remake of the South Korean film The Terror Live. The film stars Kartik Aaryan in the lead role of a journalist.
Talking about the shooting of Dhamaka, the film was entirely shot in Renaissance Hotel which is located in powai area mumbai. A source had said, “Since the unit comprised 300 people, the entire hotel was booked by the production team. Madhvani and Ronnie Screwvala Amita adhered to the necessary safety protocols and ensured that no outsiders were allowed into the hotel. In fact, the hotel staff was also instructed to stay put during the period, thus creating a bio-bubble of sorts.”
The source added, “Ram sir had planned each scene down to the last detail, including where each actor would stand and what the camera angle would be. It saved the unit a lot of time, enabling them to shoot more than five scenes every day. While the shoot went overtime on a few occasions, they would usually call it a day after eight hours of filming.”