Ranbir Kapoor who is busy shooting for Sanjay Dutt‘s biopic takes ferry to his shooting in Madh Island everyday, to save on travel time.
The shooting of Rajkumar Hirani‘s Dutt biopic is currently on in full swing at Madh Island on the outskirts of Mumbai.
It takes a minimum of two-hour drive for Ranbir Kapoor and director Rajkumar Hirani to reach shooting destination.
The duo decided to cut short this daily long commute. Instead of driving there in their swanky cars, they use public transport to get to the distant suburb.
The makers decided to travel with whole cast by ferry, which is an easiest option and one that’s free of traffic jams and other roadblocks. Says a source, “It was Hirani’s idea. It takes about five to 10 minutes by sea, which saves them hours of daily commute by road. ”
Locals were thrilled to see Ranbir travelling with them, but now they are used to him and the crew. An insider reveals, “The crew has been taking the ferry service from Versova jetty to Madh everyday for over a week now. They don’t have a fixed time for boarding or coming back, as it depends on the shooting schedule. But no special concessions are made for them and they travel just the way others do.”