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    When Ranbir risked his life to work with ex-girlfriend Deepika


    Yes, Ranbir Kapoor did the extreme to work opposite ex-girlfriend Deepika Padukone in their upcoming movie Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. But, on the other hand, the Kapoor lad was fortunate enough to get saved big time from the dangerous sea animals.

    Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani director Ayan Mukherji told a daily, how Ranbir was pushed to the extreme for the film. According to the filmmaker, they were shooting in France, in the middle of the ocean, when Ranbir had to jump into the water. The risky part of this shoot was that the actor was devoid of all safety guards, safety jackets and he had to be away from the boat for sometime. This was very dangerous as he could have been eaten by sharks or attacked by sea creatures. Well, this was certainly a life risking task, especially, when one gets the opportunity to work with ex once again. We're are sure that Dippy is highly impressed to see Ranbir dedicated as an actor.

    An actor has to take up many risks and dangers, while shooting for a film. In fact, many meet with deadly accidents while filming. Remember megastar Amitabh Bachchan's accident during the shoot of a scene in the film Coolie? Big B met with a deadly accident while filming for a fight scene, that led to his hospitalisation.

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