Richa Chadha gave 99 shots for the dance sequence in Heeramandi

Richa Chadha gave 99 shots for the dance sequence in Heeramandi

Richa Chadha took 99 retakes for the dance scene in Heeramandi The Diamond Baazar, about which the actress has revealed why this happened.Actress Richa Chadha has played the character of Lajjo in the recently released web series Heeramandi The Diamond Baazar on OTT platform Netflix and she is getting praise for her brilliant acting. Let us tell you that after the 2013 film Goliyoon Ki Raasleela ram Leela, Richa Chadha has worked with sanjay leela bhansali for the second time.

Richa Chadha had shot a dance scene in Hiramandi, which was to perform at her lover Zoravar's wedding. adhyayan suman has played the role of Zoravar in the show. The actress had revealed in an interview that she had given 99 retakes for this dance sequence and even then she could not give a perfect shot, which sanjay leela bhansali wanted.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali wanted perfect shot

Speaking to indian Express, Richa said, "This was the first shot of the song, where she looks at the boy and he drops money at her feet. She starts walking back and dances again. This was a very long shot. I didn't even realize that that shot took 99 retakes. He wanted something special, which I could not give. I don't think it was used because even after doing 99 takes, I couldn't get it perfect.

Richa said this on 99 retakes

I am known by people as a versatile actor, a multitalented actor, but for me, standing in front of sanjay leela bhansali and him saying that even after 99 retakes he did not get the shot he wanted and then thinking that Go to your bedside asking are you good, do you know your craft, how can you make it better? What will you do tomorrow and then come the next day with new enthusiasm and energy.

These artists were seen in Hiramandi

Let us tell you that Manisha Koirala, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Sharmin Segal and Sanjeeda Sheikh have been seen in important roles in Heeramandi. The show is based on the lives of courtesans in the red light area of Hiramandi, Lahore during the 1920s and 1940s.

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