Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, starring Hrithik Roshan, Farhan Akhtar, Abhay Deol, Katrina Kaif and Kalki Koechlin, accomplished ten years right now. On the event, the actors and the makers obtained collectively for a desk learn on Zoom. They additionally reminisced particular moments from the movie. For occasion, we discovered that Katrina Kaif was terrified in the course of the diving scene, although within the movie, she is simply the alternative as she performed the calm and composed diving teacher.
Hrithik, then again, noticed the diving scene as ‘the film in one moment’, the place his character Arjun emerges from the ocean after conquering his fears. Speaking in regards to the second, he stated, “For me, that was the entire film in one moment. Right from the time I heard the script, till we shot it, it was the target—it was the moment I was striving to reach. There were no words. Zoya was able to communicate the abstract into my mind. There was no real explanation. It was just something you understood, or you did not. I understood the moment, and it was beautiful on paper. We tried a lot of takes, but something was going wrong.”
Finally, Hrithik Roshan determined to get into the water. “The water was freezing, and I was protecting myself from the cold. So I was pretending to come out of it. The shot starts with me on the ladder of the boat. Finally, I said that’s what is making me hold back. I am not allowing myself to be impacted by the water. In the final take, I just went in. Zoya said, ‘Are you sure? The water is really cold!’ I froze. I came out, and it was exactly what that moment needed.”
Katrina Kaif added, “I was terrified. Everyone else were semi-pro divers. When we were shooting that underwater sequence where Hrithik has that epiphany, what actually was happening was that I was digging my nails into his hand because I was so scared. It was my first diving experience, like that.”
The staff additionally laughed over the tune “Ik Junoon”, the place all of them danced on the Tomatina competition. Hrithik Roshan recalled, “I didn’t have tomatoes for three or four months. None of us could tolerate the presence of a tomato after that song. The kind of smell that we suffered!”