Ashutosh Rana, Rajkummar Rao, Dia Mirza, Bhumi Pednekar, Kritika Kamra, and director Anubhav Sinha appeared on the most recent episode of The Kapil Sharma Show. Kapil introduces the celebrities and inquires as to whether they initially worked as background artists for the industry. Rajkummar acknowledged that he had participated in several adverts when he was one of the crowd as well as other projects. Bhumi claimed that her initial project was a significant one. Dia stepped in and said that she had performed as a background dancer in a song. And that the money she received from that job went towards creating her first portfolio.
Dia commends Kapil and his programme for being plastic- and waste-free and environmentally beneficial.
She described the throng from her perspective and stated, “With Salman, we were filming a song in Rajasthan, and as we were leaving the set, 500 people gathered and started running after our car. They undoubtedly desired to show their love, but the manner in which they did so was improper.”
Kapil questioned Anubhav about making a black and white movie during the time when vintage movies were being converted to colour. Anubhav declared, “Our team was working in Alibaug when I suddenly had the idea that the movie should be in black and white. Whoa was the most common response from them. We decided to make the movie black and white after I approached the marketing person and he gave his OK.”
When Ashutosh Rana was asked by Kapil to talk about working on the movie. He revealed, “As a seasoned actor working on this movie. I had the impression that the absolutely unseen epidemic Corona was so potent that it caused people to look into the cosmos. It also halted the footfall in the houses, or boxes, as they are known. It was a significant struggle, and difficulties are never enjoyable. Either black or white apply. In a similar manner, this movie also showed us situations that brought back memories of the trying period during Corona.”