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BOMBAY TIMES (June 20, 2012)
1. To capture the true essence of romance, director Kunal Kohli became Shahid and shot an entire love song with Priyanka Chopra. The depiction helped Shahid and Priyanka bring out the perfect expressions.
2. For a drunken scene in the film, Shahid’s reference point was Amitabh Bachchan who has done some memorable scenes in movies like Amar, Akbar Anthony. “Shahid being a teetotaller was in a dilemma to how to portray a drunkard. I told him that Amitabh is teetotaller too, and he could draw inspiration from him,” says Kunal.
3. For the song Jab Se that shows the 60s era, Shahid came up with steps at the spur of the moment, and there was no choreographer. During the 60s the late Shammi Kapoor would choreograph himself and come up steps with impromptu, his body moving graciously with the rhythm of the music. It was a challenge for Shahid to do the same.
4. When the lead pair went to Melbourne Cricket Ground, they were taken to an ongoing football match. The coach came with a couple of balls and taught the actors the rules of Aussie football game; a game that is unique to that country. He taught them to play after which SK, PC spent the next half hour playing on the ground and having great fun.
5. In the scene with the sheep, the unit was asked to get some grass for them as they kept eating Shahid’s fingers.
6. Shahid and Priyanka were constantly challenging each other through the making of TMK. When they were shooting the 1910 bits, they had a More >