Vikrant Massey, acclaimed for his role in the comedy-thriller Blackout, discussed the challenges of filming on location. Directed by Devang Bhavsar, the film also features Mouni Roy and Sunil Grover. Blackout explores human nature and the repercussions of actions during tough times, taking viewers on a suspenseful ride through Pune's streets during a night of darkness. Massey, playing crime reporter Lenny, finds himself caught in a complex plot of greed and bad luck. He shared, 'Shooting was enjoyable yet challenging due to overnight shoots and heavy rain. The car was fully rigged, making it tough to film in heavy rain and at night, especially when wipers failed. I always did a 360-degree check before entering the car to ensure all cameras and equipment were secure. Protecting the equipment was crucial.' He noted that the challenges were not just for actors but also for the crew, who faced mental and physical exhaustion from night shoots and complex scenes like road blocks and car crashes. Massey was eager to join the project, drawn by the unique story and director Devang's vision. He described their immediate connection and the joy of shooting together. Blackout is now streaming on Jio Cinema. Massey is also set to appear in The Sabarmati Report with Raashii Khanna and Ridhi Dogra, slated for release later this year.