When the promotional activities of 'Besharam' were being planned for the different cities in India, the makers especially included Patna in the itinerary.
Apparently, the region's rich history fascinated the film's team. Bihar's capital city has been home to many renowned Indian litterateurs, including Rishi Vatsyayana - a Hindu philosopher who lived during the era of the Gupta Dynasty.
If one remembers, Vatsyayana is famed for penning down the scriptures on the art of love making. A crew member revealed, "The team has been eager to visit Patna ever since they read about the Kamasutra being written there and they are looking forward to visiting all the places of historical significance. Though India is known as the land of the Kamasutra, very few know that the text was written in Bihar."
Starring Ranbir Kapoor along with Rishi Kapoor, Neetu Singh and Pallavi Sharda, 'Besharam' enters cinema halls tomorrow - i.e. on 2nd October (Wednesday). In fact, this is Ranbir's first film to have a worldwide release mid-week.