The dapper and suave TV star who has been winning hearts of fans and audiences as Randheer Raizada in Sony TV’s hit show Kyun Utthe Dil Chhod Aaye produced by the ace producer duo Shashi Sumeet Productions, in his recent interview Zaan Khan opens up on his shooting experience in Gujarat.
Sharing about his entire experience of outdoor shoot in Gujarat and more, Zaan Khan opens up on his shooting experience in Gujarat.
Actor Zaan Khan, who is better known as Randheer Raizada from the popular show Kyun Utthe Dil Chhod Aaye, is getting a lot of love from his fans and audience of the show and in his new conversational interview, Zaan Khan opens up on his shooting experience in Gujarat.
Actor Zaan Khan who is better known as Randheer Raizada from Kyu Utthe Dil Chod Aye is relieved that finally he is back to Mumbai and continuing to shoot for the show. The cast and crew of Kyu Utthe Dil Chod Aye was shooting in Gujarat when Mumbai was under lockdown. Sharing that experience with us Khan says, “It was an amazing experience. To be honest I was not expecting such a great experience. We were shooting at Ambika Niwas which is a beautiful palace”.
He also revealed, “I used to wake up 4 am in the morning for workouts and see peacocks and play with them. There were 250 peacocks in the property so we’re amidst mother nature..”.
Furthermore he also added this bit, “We were there for 59 days and I remember after pack up the whole cast used to sit together, jam and chat. I had a great time with them. iI was a bit difficult initially but slowly I got used to it. One thing which I missed there was Mumbai’s gol gappe (pani puri)”.
The producers left no stones unturned to ensure safety and comfort of their actors when shooting outdoor. What do you have to say about that? and on this Zaan asserts, “A big thank you to Shashi Sumeet production house especially Sumeet sir, Shashi maam, Sheetal maam for doing very good arrangements for the actors and other crew members and technicians. We where there for two months and we didn’t face any problem”.