Sony TV's Isharon Isharon Mein's Shoot Stalled By Crowd In Delhi! Here's WHY!
Mudit Nayar and Kiran Karmarkar (Photo Credits: Agency)

Sony TV's upcoming show Ishaaron Ishaaron Mein is a one of its kind show, that will bring some much-needed difference of content to its viewers. It will showcase the love story of a boy named Yogi who is deaf. We'd already reported earlier that the cast and crew shot in the localities of Old Delhi bringing out the original essence. The location of the shoot was the busiest area of Delhi, Delhi 06. Old Delhi is considered to be the busiest location with small and compact lanes. And this very location led to the stalling of the shoot during an important sequence. EXCLUSIVE! Mudit Nayar’s Isharon Isharon Mein to Go On-Air in July; Team Shoots at Real Locations (View Pics)

In one of the sequences of the show, Yogi’s (Mudit Nayar) father Prakash Srivastav (Kiran Karmarakar) is seen chasing his son in the busy lanes of Old Delhi. While Yogi was in his character and cycling at his speed, his father was chasing and calling out to him to stop.

However, the locals confusing it to be a real pursuit of a thief started running with Kiran in a bid to help him catch the thief. The whole goof up, led to Mudit being cornered from all directions, thus ruining the shoot. The crowd even attacked him from everywhere and barged into the shooting as well. Later on, the team had to explain that it was just for a scene that Mudit was being chased by Kiran and that the duo was in their characters. The Kapil Sharma Show: All The Revelations That Ayushmann Khurrana Did on The Show!

Sharing his experience on the shoot of this particular sequence, Mudit revealed, "I have spent over 16 years in Delhi and the city has my heart. Shooting in Delhi was an amazing experience. Delhi 06 is the most crowded area of Delhi and while we were shooting a sequence where Kiran Sir who plays the role of my father, is chasing me, the crowd unknowingly took it seriously and tried helping Kiran Sir. They got so involved in the shoot that they thought he is actually chasing a thief and started running after me to help him catch me."

"When they got hold of me, I realised that they were being serious and were almost about to start beating me. Luckily, the production team came in time for rescue and explained to them that we are shooting. It was scary but a super fun experience,” concluded Mudit.