However, since Bermuda Triangle is known to be an area where not everyone is willing go, courtesy horror stories about people vanishing in a mysterious manner, there is good possibility of change in plans.
A source attached to the film's crew says, "On hearing about Aditya's plan to shoot in Bermuda Triangle, Himesh's mother put her step down quite strongly and declared that he won't visit the place for the film's shoot. She doesn't want any untowardly incident to harm her son."
The source also reveals that the change in plans means a lot of rework for the makers of the film, including debutant director duo of Seema and Sudhir. Reason being that the song is based on a 'unique concept' hitherto unexplored and if all it would have been picturised there, it would have certainly made heads turn.
When questioned about the uniqueness of the concept, a hesitant Aditya revealed, "It's a little early to talk about the concept of this song. We were planning an altogether unique way to shoot the song in Bermuda Triangle. Though for 'Mudh Mudh Ke Na Dekkh Mudh Mudh Ke', we are shooting in places as diverse and exciting as Paris, Punjab and Delhi, I wanted to shoot this particular song very differently."
Opening up, he admits that the team of 'Mudh Mudh Ke Na Dekkh Mudh Mudh Ke' did work extra hard on getting this song in place to give it a fresh appeal. He said, "Seema and Sudhir continue to surprise me with their enthusiasm around the project. They have worked on a fantastic concept for the song and Himesh's composition is just amazing as well."
With Bermuda seemingly a distant option now, what are his plans for the song? "The reason I chose Bermuda Triangle was that it is an explored territory. Now even if we have to drop it and instead go back to Paris, Punjab and Delhi, we would ensure that each and every location out there is explored as never before. We won't be settling down for anything which has been exposed before on Indian cinema."
Well, we are waiting!
- Joginder Tuteja