Hrithik Roshan is busy shooting for Ashutosh Gowariker's 'Mohenjo Daro'. Recently the handsome hunk had shot a scene for the film where he is seen fighting a 20 feet long crocodile, of course, with the help of CGI.
Several pictures later emerged from the shoot that went viral on the social media. And that's when we hear the problem started that left Hrithik disturbed. His fans took to social media to say how fake the crocodile looked and poked fun at the pictures. We hear that later Hrithik took this criticism to Gowariker and even suggested him to re-shoot the scenes.
A DNA report quoted a source as saying, "“Ashu refused. Shooting a period film is very difficult and he wants to go by his own conviction. Ashu is convinced that they had filmed good footage and was not willing to change things because of comments on social media. This created some stress between the actor and the director. When Hrithik is not happy with his work, he is difficult to handle. It keeps niggling him and he gets restless. For now they have decided to stay away from the subject, lest it hamper the progress of the film.”
Finally the actor and the director both have agreed to revisit the scene at the later stage.
'Mohenjo Daro', a period love story is slated to hit the big screens in August 2016 and marks the debut of Pooja Hegde in Bollywood.