Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan loves everything the perfect way. He's one such actor, who is known for digging deep into scripts and working very hard to make a scene picture perfect. The actor did the same while shooting for the song 'Malang' from the movie Dhoom 3. But this time, Khan had to reportedly face a tough time, while filming the song.
As per a leading daily, song 'Malang' from Dhoom 3 was shot at a height of 80 feet and Aamir Khan had to keep moving mid-air. Reportedly, the superstar had to be put on medication to control bouts of nausea, but the constant twirling in the air at such a maximum height made him feel giddy. Sources informed the daily that the song was shot for 15 long days, hence Aamir Khan was put on "medication throughout".
The song 'Malang...' reportedly has Katrina and Aamir as the leads along with 200 other backup dancers. These dancers are professional gymnasts who were flown in from the US. The dancers were brought to Reliance studios in Mumbai, where they underwent training for about 20 days.
It is said that they have spent Rs 5 Crores for making of this song from the much awaited movie of the year.