Hrithik Roshan, who reprises his role as the superhero in 'Krrish 3', has used a lot more masks in his upcoming movie than he did in the last instalment. We're told that the masks were made from a special kind of wax and required a different kind of glue for the actor to stick them on his face.
Interestingly, about 600 to 700 such masks were made for the movie - each costing over `8,000 to make — with the actor using at least five a day. There was also a separate air-conditioned van for storing them during the shoot.
Producer-director Rakesh Roshan reveals, "Hrithik will be seen more extensively as 'Krrish' in this film. And due to the hot climate in Hyderabad, where a major portion of the film was shot, the masks would start melting after a while. As a result, he had to use more masks than he did in the last film."