‘Work and only work’ can create a mundane ambience on the sets!! And if the team is shooting away from the busy life in Mumbai, the challenge is even more to keep yourself rejuvenated all the time!!
However, one can draw inspiration from the cast and crew of Star Plus’ upcoming show, Dahleez (Fortune Productions) who keep themselves on their toes, even while they shoot at Chattarpur, a place known for its calm ambience.
Yes, it is their passion for sports that keeps them going!! Just a few days back, we wrote about how the team cheered for the ‘Men in Blue’ as they watched a game of cricket.
We now hear of their uncanny way of working out daily, by indulging in a game of badminton.
Yes, the team consists of few fabulous players of the game, and the youngsters in fact draw inspiration to learn from them and even throw a challenge to beat them.
As per a reliable source, “Actors Harshad Arora, Meer Ali, Aaryan Pandit, Chirag Mahbubani, Amit Behl, Mohit Chauhan along with their Creative Director Rishi Srivastav and Director Faheem Inamdar see to it that they indulge in the sports activity every night after pack-up. In fact, people on the set get simply amazed at the calibre of Mohit Chauhan and Rishi Srivastav in the game of badminton. And the others usually strive hard to beat them in the game. After pack-up, they usually decide on their teams for their play and diligently play the game before calling it a day.”
When contacted, Meer Ali told us, “Yes, it is true that we love playing badminton daily, after we pack up at night. We have some superb players, and our energy levels are high when we play the game. We have a childish enthusiasm in beating the best players, and with every passing day, we have been learning the game.”
Aaryan Pandit who works hard on his playing skills, we hear provides for comic relief every time he plays.
Talking further, Meer stated, “You can say, this is a form of work out for us. Being away from Mumbai, we do not have proper gym facilities. So sweating it out playing such games works in our favour.”
It’s not only badminton, but the team at times takes to playing table tennis too, is what we hear.
Aww, interesting way to remain fit, isn’t it folks?