Director and choreographer Farah Khan is directing the popular teenage band "The Vamps" for a music video "Nakhra" in collaboration with music composer duo Vishal - Shekhar.
At a media interaction on Saturday, the members of the band said: "Farah Khan is like our guardian here.
It's an honour to work with a prestigious director like her.
It was an incredibly fun shoot. "
Asked how they liked India, the band said: "India is an awesome country, full of surprises.
We had a great time. "
Talking about her shooting experience, the ""Happy New Year" director said, "I am the oldest in the group.
I loved working with them and they are quite hard working at this age.
They are very punctual and did the Bollywood moves really well. "
Farah also said that the boys did some stunts while riding auto - rickshaws and buses.
About the performances, the band said, "The weather was really hot and we were on the back of a rickshaw but it was fun.
Actually, we don't do stunts much, so we tried.
There was a trained stuntman too. "
"It is different to see a music video shot in a different part of the world because we normally shoot in Los Angeles, Spain or London.
It was really interesting to see the same equipments are being used but in a different way, " they added.
"The Vamps" had come to Mumbai a few weeks ago as they collaborated with Ajay Devgn's "Shivaay".
Currently, they are in Mumbai again for the Global India Citizen Festival being held on Saturday.