But shooting with mega-stars like Aamir Khan, Rani Mukherjee and Kareena Kapoor in real red light locations may cause security hazards for them. After a long debate on the issue, director Reema Kagti has decided that the murder mystery set in a red-light area won't be shot in any of the real locations.
Earlier, just to get the feel and authenticity of the congested sexual politics the unit had decided to capture the film in a red-light area. However, full security arrangements will be a big hindrance while shooting.
A spokesperson for the film informs Bollywood Hungama, "So far, whatever has been shot, the director and the actors, have made sure it would be done on an authentic location. So, I guess the portions to come too would opt for authenticity."
However, the director confirms that they will not be shooting in actual red-light area. She says that authenticity has its limits.
Actor Aamir Khan will be facing one of the biggest challenges of his career with Reema Kagti's film, which is tentatively titled as Act Of Providence. The film was supposed to be shot in a real red-light area.