Here’s how Vikramaditya Motwane faced his fear of rats in ‘Trapped’

Director of 'Trapped', Vikramaditya Motwane is scared of rats and here's how he faced his fear of rats while shooting.

Here’s how Vikramaditya Motwane faced his fear of rats in ‘Trapped’

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Touted as India’s first survival drama, Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘Trapped‘ starring Raj Kummar Rao in the lead role is all set to hit the big screens tomorrow. The story revolves around the character of Raj Kummar who gets trapped in a house for many days without food, water and electricity. (Also Read: Did Ranveer Singh just reveal an important link about ‘Trapped’?)

In one of the scenes, Raj Kummar had to shoot with real insects and rats. Being a thorough professional, he did it without any inhibitions or fear. But, director Vikramaditya is scared of rats and to combat his fear of being troubled by them on shoots, he used to sit in a different room and monitor the shoot from there.

It was quite amusing for the entire team of ‘Trapped’, but the director successfully managed to shoot the portion without any hassles. The filmmaker has left no stone unturned in ensuring that the movie builds up extreme curiosity and also give the viewers a never-seen-before cinematic experience.

Helmed by Motwane, ‘Trapped’ is a Phantom Production, presented by Reliance Entertainment. The movie will be releasing on March 17, 2017.