Posted on June 14, 2016 at 6:47 pm

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Pooja Banerjee gets 'iced' for Naagarjun!

The very beautiful Pooja Banerjee, who was known for her dare devil stunts on her debut reality show Roadies, proves once again that she is a true fighter. As part of Yash Patnaik’s mythological thriller, Pooja Banerjee was made to participate in several challenging sequences including one which took place on the snow ice caps of Kashmir. We got in touch with the actress to find out about the intriguing sequence. Here’s what she had to say:


What are the outdoor location you shot on?
The outdoor location we shot on were in Kashmir, Sonmarg and Dharamshala. I personally loved shooting in Dharamshala. It was beautiful and weather was fantastic too.

How was it shooting in Kashmir?
Shooting in Kashmir was simply breath taking. I just didn’t want to shut my eyes. I wanted to have a look at every other place that we crossed. I would go for solo treks when others were shooting and not me.

How was the experience of seeing snow?
I visited a snow capped region for the first time in my life. I just enjoyed every bit of it. In fact while reaching Sonmarg when I first encountered snow, I asked the driver to stop so that I can touch it and feel the snow. I just couldn’t believe that a place could be so beautiful

Which you enjoy more going for outdoor shooting or shooting on a fixed place?
I enjoy travelling hence I just go gaga when I shoot outdoors. I become a kid, who wants to explore everything that comes her way.


How was the experience riding scooter in the mountains ?
I know how to ride scooter as well. So we found the scooters in the mountainous region of very interesting colors. So Anshuman and I, who completely believing in having fun to the core found this really cute scooter. And I asked him if he would like to take a ride with me. Generally guys get scared if they are asked to sit behind a girl but Anshuman had full confidence in me that I am good rider, knowing the fact that I ride bikes.