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Shreyas Talpade along with the cast of Mukesh Jadhav's psychological thriller having a tough time shooting in Manali
Recently, Manali has experienced unexpected heavy rains and snowfall that affected director Mukesh Jadhav's shoot for a psychological thriller, which began earlier this month. The vehicles carrying the cast and crew to a spooky bungalow in Manali got stuck in the mud at quite a distance from the sets. It left them with no other option but to walk through the muddy tracks.

The shoot was slowed and the entire team had to manage the freezing outdoor temperatures on which actor Shreyas Talpade says, "Initially, the recent cold wave was a welcome break but then it literally started reaching our bones. Doing anything became extremely difficult including shooting or even taking a bath. Someone had once told me that having a cold water bath is the best remedy for dealing with the cold. Loha ko Loha hi kaatta hein. So I did exactly that and was pleasantly surprised by the results."

Shreyas Talpade and the rest of the star cast such as actors Makarand Deshpande, Rahul Dev, Shahbaz Khan, Malkhan and Australian actors Zenia Starr and Nicholas Brown, have been supportive and have even been shooting up until 4 am to cover up for the lost days. 

The producer, Desert Rose Holdings, a UAE based investment company, is encouraging the cast and crew to keep up with their efforts in the difficult conditions.

Commenting on this situation from Manali, director Mukesh Jadhav says, "Everybody is getting cranky in these conditions. The actor's moods are changing with the weather too. Sometimes it's sunny, sometimes snowing and chilly and other times its a downpour. We are praying to the local goddess Hadimba to save us here!"

The film starts from the concept that a person's image projected to the society and their real image expressed in the confines of dark solitude are entirely two different things.

The film is a sensitive exploration of the darker side of female desire - a woman's passionate essence is warped by her jealousy and her sense of being deprived. From her youthful rivalry and infidelities to her ultimate isolation and destructive path, we follow a woman's journey to the edge as she desperately claims to outshine her own competition; a mirror image of herself.

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