At the end of the Malta schedule… …there’s a scene in the film
where our ship explodes. Earlier we thought we’ll do it in VFX. But I always feel if you can do
something for real… …then VFX can enhance it. But it’s best to do it live. It was a painful thing
for everyone to accept. To see the ship one last time,
to feel the ship. That was the atmosphere.
It was so emotional for everyone. You’ve been on that ship. That ship has been a part of your life
for three months. And there were memories. We have the big final scene,
where the boat explodes. And I am really looking forward to it. I believe the ship explosion
became finally became… …quite a big news in Malta. I am feeling bad about
blowing the ship up. But it is something the script
demands, so… So I guess we just have to do it. It will go boom. And…there will be only one take. If you’re not playing an active part
in this stunt… …you do not need to be here. You need to be back there.
At the deep dive. Earplugs. Did you wear one? I think my ears are ringing. This ship will be gone. It’s a real boat, It’s been built
with real wood and real spruce. So we cannot a 100 percent
put my hand on what are… …and there isn’t going to be some
nasty stuff flying around. I hope you all have read
the risk assessment. If you are in a close proximity,
be underneath something. And if you can see the ship,
clearly, through clear air… …you’re in danger of getting
something in your eye. Let’s hope everything works out. If it does, it’s going to be
very-very great shot. I blow this three times. That sets it off. That’s the scheduled wrap for
Thugs of Hindostan.