Dayal had to pay a hefty fee and spent Rs.55 lakhs for the 15 day shoot in Austria. Getting permission to shoot in the bullet train was difficult. First he approached the authorities through the Indian Embassy in Austria but when that did not work out, he directly approached the Austrian Embassy in India. The authorities agreed and quoted a steep fee. Dayal, who was ready to pay any amount to get the permission, agreed. The crew stayed in Austria for 15 days to film two songs.
So, how was the experience shooting inside the bullet train? It was awesome, Dayal said. "Since the train moves very fast, the shooting also had to be done quickly, but it was a truly pleasant experience," he explained.