The part fell into her lap when she met executive Milind Ukey (who has already made Paathshaala) to discuss a tune arrangement for the motion picture. She reviews, “He said he had a character of a femme fatale that would be ideal for me and inquired as to whether I’d like to do it.”The artiste was at first reluctant, yet after she heard the portrayal and contemplated her part, she understood it was distinctive and in the long run gave her nod. “I felt, in spite of being negative, this character could move ladies in our nation to learn martial arts. It’s a fabulous form of fitness and self-protection,” says Shibani.
She experienced three-month thorough preparing in martial arts before shooting. “For the initial four days, I was in agony as my whole body experienced a difficult session. There was more accentuation on judo as the moves in the film are gymnastic,” she describes, including, “martial arts makes you focus your vitality positively.” Elaborating how she appreciated shooting for the undertaking, she says, “Rishi, who is the legend and making his presentation with this film about martial art being exploited and made into a ridiculous game, is capable. It was extraordinary working with Rati (Agnihotri), who plays his mom. Rajesh Khattar, who is a dear companion, is the main villain . We had a great time shooting in Hrishikesh, Mussoorie and Dehradun.” She’s just as amped up for Dum Hai Toh Floor Pe Aa, the special melody for the motion picture which is booked to go online soon.