08/12/2015 9:49 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST

WATCH: The Hard Work That Goes Into Blowing Up Cars In Rohit Shetty's Films

"It is too easy to say, 'aap aapki har movie mein gaadi uda dete ho...'," said Rohit Shetty, director of the much-anticipated Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol starrer Dilwale.

Famous for the over-the-top action sequences and larger-than-life portrayals of his on-screen characters, Shetty released an almost 12-minute behind-the-scenes documentary to explain how difficult it is to visualise, shoot and execute dangerous action sequences.

"Did you know that as soon as I'm about to shoot an action sequences, an ambulance as well as a fire truck starts following the cars? It is very easy to mock, but very hard to execute," says Shetty in the small documentary-like video released on Youtube on Monday.

The first trailer of the film was released last month, but failed to impress hardcore Khan-Kajol fans who were hoping to see more of the timeless couple. Starring Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, and Kriti Sanon Shetty's Dilwale is set to hit the screens on 18 December 2015.


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