Fans of superstar Shah Rukh Khan stalled the shooting of upcoming TV show “Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil” in Vienna, Austria.

They thought it was Shah Rukh shooting for a cameo for the film “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” at the location. The show stars Arjun Bijlani and Drashti Dhami in lead roles.

“We were shooting a serious scene together, suddenly in minutes we realised that a crowd of fans had surrounded us”” Bijlani said in a statement.

“Shah Rukh Khan is an extremely popular actor in Austria, his fans misinterpreted the shoot as ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ shoot and were waiting for hours just to get SRK’s glimpse. Our shoot was on hold for three hours. It took a lot of time and energy to convince them that there is confusion,” he added.

The show will air on Star Plus from November 7.

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Nikitin Dheer happy making mark in multi-starrer movies, shows

Actor Nikitin Dheer, who has movies like “Chennai Express”, “Housefull 3” and “Dabangg 2″ to his credit, says he is happy doing multi-starrer films.”

“I think it is important for an actor to have his or her own style as it helps the audience connect with the actor and if you keep your individuality alive, you will never fail to impress the audience,” Nikitin said in a statement.

“The most important part of accepting multi-starrers is to choose a role correctly. I have been lucky enough to get accepted in whatever roles I have played so far, be it Thangabali in ‘Chennai Express’ or Danger Bhai in ‘Freaky Ali’ or Astika in ‘Nagarjun – Ek Yoddha’.

“Hence I am not afraid to accept roles in multi-starrers as it is a challenge to make a mark and get noticed by the audience,” he added.

Currently, Nikitin is seen sharing screen space with TV actors Karishma Tanna, Mrunal Jain, Pearl V Puri in the multi-starrer show “Nagarjun – Ek Yoddha” on Life OK channel.

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300 horses auditioned for ‘Chandra Nandni’ sequence

It was hard to find the perfect horse for actor Rajat Tokas in his role as Chandra in TV show “Chandra Nandni”.

As many as 300 horses were auditioned for the sequence.”

“It so happened that the horse dedicated for Rajat to ride on was not available last minute and so we had to make do with other horses. But neither was being able to establish the sequence the way we wanted it to be,” a source said in a statement.

“We auditioned over 300 horses at the last minute and then finally found a well-trained horse who managed to ace the sequence in one go. Rajat, of course had a good command over the horse and their silent chemistry really helped the scene come out beautifully,” the source added.

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