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Saif Ali Khan to allow Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka to shoot at his property Pataudi Palace

Saif Ali Khan has been known as Chhote Nawab in B Town. After his father’s demise, he turned the Nawab of Pataudi Khandaan. We know he comes from a royal family and his family has owned huge properties in different parts of our country. One of the most mesmerizing places for him includes the Pataudi Palace, which is known for its luxury and magnificence. Now, we hear that the makers of a TV show called Jadu Hai Jinn Ka have approached Saif to allow the shoot for the said TV show.

However, getting permission from the actor was not that easy as this property is close to his heart and he wants to keep it untouched away from people who can mess up at this place. The makers of the show have to manage loads of pomp to get the palace. It is a ten-acre property with a six-member committee has been looking after the palace, which is headed by his mother Sharmila Tagore. The committee had to call a series of meetings with the show makers Atif Khan who finally got permission to shoot in the 150 rooms palace.

Usually, such requests are taken care of by the actress Sharmila Tagore. Hence Atif was seen approaching the team along with talking with Sharmila Tagore. He talked about the possibility of taking a palace for the shoot. The committee then asked the details about the show and their requirements as well before they plan to shoot the film. Once they got all the requirements, then only the permission was given with a couple of conditions to be met. The unit will only use the area Deewan E Khaan and the lawn for the shoot. While the makers have a long list of instructions to follow to shoot inside the premises.

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