The makers of "Mubarakan" had shot the film in the Gurudwara of Kent in Britain, which is considered to be the largest Gurudwara in Europe. It didn't take them long to form an emotional bond with the people there.
Director Anees Bazmee and the crew members, around 150 people, went for 'langar' every day.
"We were so happy that we got permission to shoot in this specific Gurudwara because it is such a beautiful place. We have shot a very important scene in the film at this place and our crew members developed an emotional bond with the Gurudwara people," Bazmee said in a statement.
The director added: "In fact, when we wrapped our London schedule, some members from my team again went to Gurudwara to meet them and give them a goodbye hug. Without their support, it wouldn't have been possible to shoot 'Mubarakan' there."
"Mubarakan", produced by Sony Pictures Networks Productions and Ashwin Varde and Murad Khetani's Cine1 Studios, is slated to have its worldwide release on July 28.