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Film director Vinil Mathew on shooting rafting scenes of ‘Haseen Dillruba’

According to the director of the film ‘Haseen Dillruba’, filming the rafting scenes in the Taapse Pannu-starrer film, came with its set of challenges.

The movie is based in a small town by the river and rafting plays an integral part in its story.

Mathew said shooting among the rapids meant we could not load heavy camera equipment in the raft.

Mathew said, “We had to shoot a rafting scene in a fast-moving rapid river. Since we could not carry heavy cameras onto the raft.

The DOP and I carried portable cameras and got into the raft to shoot the actors ourselves.

Holding the camera with one hand and our lives with the other, we shot the scene as the raft dangerously tossed and turned.

It was a fun crazy day, at the end of which we were fully drenched!”

“Haseen Dillruba”, featuring Taapsee along with Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane, will be released on Netflix on 2nd July.

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