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Eight copies of one costume to beat the rains

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | SAMEENA RAZZAQ
Published Jul 20, 2016, 12:35 am IST
Updated Jul 20, 2016, 12:35 am IST
The sequences leading up to the war need to be shot in the open, so whenever it pours, the actors end up getting drenched.
Madirakshi Mundle
 Madirakshi Mundle

Popular mythological show Siya Ke Ram actors, who are shooting in Hyderabad, are having a tough time filming the pivotal scenes on open ground ever since the monsoons hit the city.

The ongoing track is currently inching towards the iconic war between Lord Ram and Raavan. The sequences leading up to the war need to be shot in the open, so whenever it pours, the actors end up getting drenched. To ensure the cast and crew does not lose out on precious shooting time, the makers have now devised a way to combat the sudden showers.

 

Speaking about it, actress Madirakshi Mundle, who plays Sita, says, “The production has actually made eight replicas of our original costumes. There have been times when we have got completely drenched and were forced to continue shooting in those  damp clothes. We really had a tough time doing that. Seeing our plight, the makers sprung into action and got eight copies of each costume made.  The arrangement has been working well for all of us and we are happy that the episodes are getting canned on time.”

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