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The writer of 'Heeramandi' was upset with Taha Shah: She wanted him to cry in a scene, the actor said- men don't cry

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Sanjay Leela Bhansali's web series 'Heeramandi' has been in the news since its release. 'Heeramandi' actor Taha Shah Badusha is also everywhere. Recently an anecdote related to him has come to light. Actually, Snehil Dixit Mehra, who worked with Sanjay Leela Bhansali as a director, has narrated an anecdote related to Taha Shah Badusha. He has shared his experience from the set of 'Heeramandi'. He told what it is like to work with big people of the industry. Taha played the role of Tajdar in 'Heeramandi', which has been well received by the audience.

Taha Shah refused to cry

While talking to Bollywood Life, Snehil Dixit Mehra said that Taha had troubled her a lot because of a scene. Because of this, Snehil once got angry at Taha. But Taha was not listening to her. Actually, there was a special scene in which she wanted tears to be seen in Taha's eyes. On this, Taha told her that men do not cry. Even after this, Snehil was repeatedly asking him to cry in this scene.

Snehil says that she was working as a director for the first time in this film. So working with industry veterans like Farida Jalal, famous cinematographer Sudeep Chatterjee and Mahesh Limaye for the first time was a great experience for her.

She said- There were many scenes which needed retakes many times because I was directing for the first time. Many times I used to get nervous, when there is a person like Farida Jalal, who has so much experience, we have grown up watching her, then how can you tell her what to do? Being a first time director, I used to get nervous like this a lot.

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