Even though the first look poster of the movie is out, there is more to the characters and the film that Farah Khan doesn't want to reveal now. Images clicked by the crew on sets and leaked online can kill the curiosity of fans waiting to see their favourite jodi of Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone together again on big screen after they delivered the blockbuster Chennai Express.
Some pictures from the ‘Happy New Year’ shoot have already made it to the net. We hear that a few background dancers had clicked the pictures of the shooting and put it online. Earlier too when the movie's shooting was going on in Dubai, the photos were leaked.
Now, to plug any such more leakage the makers have decided to ban the use of mobile phones with camera on the sets. It’s clear that Farah Khan and co. are not keen to reveal any details about the movie at this juncture.
Security is also crucial as Shahrukh Khan is the lead actor of the film. A few days back, when the fans got to know about the superstar's presence in a Mumbai studio, they gathered there in huge numbers just to catch a glimpse of him. Before things went out of control, extra security personnel had to be called to manage the crowd.
Farah Khan is not the only director who has banned the use of mobile phones on the sets. Filmmakers like Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Vishal Bhardwaj, Aditya Chopra have always been guarded about their projects.