Farhan Akhtar, Vidya Balan shoot for 'Shaadi Ke Side Effects'

Farah Akhtar Farhan Akhtar, Vidya Balan shoot for 'Shaadi Ke Side Effects'

The very moment Saket Chaudhary announced that the sequel to his hit flick Pyaar Ke Side Effects titled Shaadi Ke Side Effects starring Vidya Balan and Farhan Akhtar, it raised may eyebrows at the unusual pairing.

However seeing the chemistry between Farhan and Vidya one is convinced that Saket surely has a winning lead pair combination for this film.

Farhan and Vidya were seen shooting for a film sequence in a classic car red Cadillac. Vidya has donned a completely different look for this film. Vidya and Farhan were recently spotted shooting for a very special romantic track from Shaadi Ke Side Effects in Queensland, Australia

The film's producers Pritish Nandy Communications (PNC) had tied up with Tourism Australia (TA) in partnership with Tourism and Events Queensland (TEQ) for filming the soundtrack in Queensland. Talking about this, PNC's Rangita Pritish Nandy said, "We all know how important songs are to a Bollywood movie and what better destination than Queensland, Australia to shoot a very special romantic track. With the support of Tourism Australia, Tourism & Events Queensland and Tourism Gold Coast, we're keen to capture the excitement, magic and romance of Australia on celluloid like never before."

Shaadi Ke Side Effects is due to be released worldwide in December 2013.

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