This morning, Urvashi 'Delicate' Rautela was in no mood to shoot for her upcoming film Virgin Bhanupriya. And you might laugh at the reason. The lady in question informed the film's producer Mahendra Dhariwal (through her team) that she would prefer to shoot at night.
When Dhariwal asked why, he was told that "the temperature in Mumbai was too high and Urvashi's lehenga was very heavy; the combo would only mean discomfort".
Bechara Dhariwal had no option but to comply. But for this, he had to shell out Rs 2 lakh for the lights that would be required for the night shoot.
Dwelling on Virgin Bhanupriya, Dhariwal had told SpotboyE.com few days ago, “It’s a rip roaring comedy. Urvashi plays Bhanupriya in the film, a demure and bespectacled nerdy girl, quite contrary to her on-screen image. Her father wishes for her to get married at the soonest. Desperate to know when her daughter will tie the knot, the father consults a pandit. The godman’s hilarious yet disappointing observation – Bhanupriya will get married, but she will never lose her virginity – forms the crux of the story. Urvashi enters into frivolous relationships with men, one after the other, in a quest to lose her virginity. But somehow, she’s unable to consummate. Just when Urvashi is about to make out, something goes awfully wrong... and this happens every single time. One especially funny episode is when Urvashi and her boyfriend take off to Goa and things are leading up to an intimate situation, just when the boy breaks the news that he’s gay."
Back to the Madh
Island story. The night-shoot begins in a couple of hours from now. Hope the
temperature has sufficiently cooled down for Ms Rautela to face the cameras.
When contacted, the film's director Ajay Lohan claimed that Urvashi had not pressed for a day shoot but our soyurce maintained, "Urvashi backed out from shooting during the day."