The shoot was taking place in a village, Pithrasar, in Rajasthan.
“It was just not easy shooting in 45 degree Celsius temperature. As soon as you finish the shoot, you feel like taking bath as there is so much dust all over your body. It was stressful but we had fun,” Soha told IANS.
Sharman plays the role of an Indian army captain. He says the film is a satire on war.
He said: “Many films were made on war but never a satire or comedy on war. It’s a very interesting concept and we just finished shooting for the climax scene.”
Directed by Faraz Haider and produced by AOPL Entertainment Pvt Ltd, “War Chod Na Yaar” also features Jaaved Jaffrey and Mukul Dev.