First it was Agneepath. Then Dirty Picture. And now, it's Madhur Bhandarkar's film Heroine. Going a step ahead to protect the script of his film, Bhandarkar has banned all visitors from the sets of the Aishwarya Rai starrer which goes on floors today.The sets of the film that draws references from the lives of many actors will be completed in 45 days under heavy security. Our source said, "It is quite an intense contemporary film. Knowing Madhur and his take on realistic films, he will be making characters, which are definitely inspired from real life.
There are rumours already that most of the characters are based from various people within the film industry. To keep everything under check and to see to it that no one gets offended with information leaking out from the sets, the producers and Madhur have not only signed a non disclosure contract with everyone but they have also banned mobile phones from the sets.""Not only this, no guests will be entertained on the sets and there will be as many as 15 to 17 security guards stationed on the sets. The media and visitors are a strict no no on the sets," added the source.Aishwarya Rai is shooting for a film after a gap of nine months and she is of the opinion that there should be no disturbances on the sets.
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