This is how Irrfan Khan took care of his little Madaari co-star.

Irrfan Khan, who will be seen in Madaari with a child artist in tow, went above and beyond to ensure the young boy’s comfort and safety.
While Irrfan was always concerned about the child’s safety, he took special care of him during the shooting schedule in Rajasthan.
The Madaari team shot in Rajasthan for the song ‘Masoom Sa’ and the shooting conditions were extremely harsh.
Masoom Sa has been shot in a desert where the shooting conditions were extremely difficult, with barely any amenities and the highest of temperatures causing discomfort.
Irrfan who is a father in real life too, instinctively took care of the child artist through out the shoot.
He took special care of the young boy and made sure to keep him hydrated, looked into his meals and also considerately rushed him to a shade at regular intervals.
Irrfan shares, ”Well I have two sons and the care came instinctively though he was as hardworking as any adult but I wish I could give him pizzas in the desert,kulfi in the lanes of Jaipur, jalebis on the highway..but in the extreme conditions we could not change the temperature how much I would have wished to. The child is adorable as a person and it was fun working with him..”
Madaari is a film showcasing the lengths to which a common man and a father can go to challenge the system in order to bring justice for his son.
The film is touted by Irrfan as a special project close to his heart due to its emotional and awakening subject.
Madaari’s trailer and promos have received an overwhelming response while its songs are being loved across.
Irrfan Khan has been riding high on the success of Piku and Talvar.
The actor’s upcoming next, Madaari, has created a lot of buzz and has created an audience awaiting the release.
Even the hard hitting song’s Dama Dam and emotional track ‘Masoom Sa’ have been garnering a lot of positive response.
Miraj Entertainment & Bharat Shah in association with present A Parhamhans Creations Productions, Madaari is all set to release on 22nd July.

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