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A set costing Rs 3.5 crores!

The helipad at Film City, Goregaon, Bombay has been converted into a massive set of an authentic township adjoining a Goa-Portugal square. The set has been constructed for Sajid Nadiadwala‘s Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, which stars Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar & Priyanka Chopra. Constructed at an exorbitant cost of Rs 3.5 crores by art director Sharmishta Roy, the 19-century exotica set has replicas of vintage Goan villas, tower house & churches. A major portion of the film (two songs, major action sequences and talkie portions) will be shot on this set under the direction of David Dhawan. The scene that was canned on the sets was of Salman Khan handing over a love letter to Priyanka (who lives in the neighbourhood) and playing the guitar. Another shot was of Salman breaking open a moneybox that was meant for his granny’s eye ailment. After this schedule, the cast and crew will movie to Mauritius (28th December 19th January) followed by Italy in February 2004 for a song picturisation. The Italy schedule will last for approximately 11 days. The movie is expected to be complete by March 2004 and will be released in June 2004.

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