Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol are back together with their sizzling chemistry in just released new love song “Gerua” from Rohit Shetty’s film “Dilwale” released on December 18. It’s all about inspiration and expression of romance.

From many beautiful scenes one of the best scenes was the posing atop of a broken plane on an isolated beach. This shot was an eye smashing one, that hasn’t been before used in bollywood. The name of the plane was C-14 SkyTrain that was belonged to the US military. It was landed there by a pilot who gave his breath by saving all the passengers on board. Since then it has remained here. The place is called Black Beach. As well as the plane is black too.

Gerua song in the Black Beach

Gerua song in the Black Beach

This song is shot in the freezing temperature in Iceland. Kajol reveals that, it was very tricky when they shot. They were going around black and blue during the shot. They were covering with three blankets, an overcoat. After shot their lips turned to blue.

Gerua song in the iceberg

Gerua song in the iceberg

The mountain scene was the pleasant flow of colors. Kajol and SRK’s legs were tied during the scene so that they can easily move on the top of the hill. It was a challenging shot. So the production team was concern to take all the safety measures.

Gerua song in the mountain

Gerua song in the mountain

The water scene was most amazing one. There the director play with the light on the iceberg. The scene was shot from the helicopters where nothing was around the actors.

Gerua song in the water

Gerua song in the water

The launching event was held at “Maratha Mandir”, a theatre in Mumbai Central, where Kajol and SRK’s blockbuster film “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” was running over 1000 weeks. The event was sizzling with the dancing performance by Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon with the hit songs of the legendary pair- “Suraj hua Madham”, “Tujhe Dekha toh”, “Yeh Kaali Kaali Akhein”. Rohit shetty said that “Gerua” is the first out-and-out romantic song made by him.

Let’s watch the song “Gerua”……….

 

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