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Bollywood stars in Muscat to witness muhurat shot of the first cricket based feature film of Oman

Bollywood stars in Muscat to witness muhurat shot of the initial cricket primarily based function film of Oman

Rahul Mittra, Deepak Tijori and Harshvardhan Deo have produced a large name for themselves in the planet on Indian cinema. Rahul Mittra is an award-winning filmmaker who has created path breaking films like Saheb Biwi aur Gangster, Saheb Biwi aur Gangster Returns, Bullett Raja, Revolver Rani, Sarkar three and is presently creating Saheb Biwi aur Gangster three and Torbaaz (below production) with Sanjay Dutt.

Deepak Tijori is an Indian film director and actor effectively recognized for his roles in films like Aashiqui, Khiladi, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, Anjaam, Ghulam and Baadshah. His directorial venture contains films like Oops, Fareb, Khamoshh… Khauff Ki Raat, Tom, Dick, and Harry, Fox amongst other individuals.

Harshvardhan Deo, produced his Bollywood debut with the film Jigariyaa, also acted in Neelofar and has numerous other films lined up.

A spokesperson for the production home mentioned, “We are pleased to film the first shot in Muscat. Major part of the film will be shot in Oman. We are doubly thrilled that the first shot is being filmed during the annual Muscat Festival at Amerat. Muscat Festival is a highlight in Oman’s calendar and an iconic month-long celebration that features cultural, sport, and heritage activities. I am sure the actors and filmmakers who have arrived from India will enjoy the stunning locales of Oman.”

The film will capture the life of a cricket-obsessed young boy from a remote Indian town whose only aim is to grow to be a cricketer and fulfil his dream of representing the Indian national cricket team globally. Whether the boy can achieve his dream will be the concentrate of the film.

“A number of Bollywood and regional films and songs have been shot in Oman. While the audiences have been impressed with exotic locales, government authorities in Oman have been open to promoting the Sultanate as a destination for film shoots. We hope to showcase the natural appeal of the county through our film. We hope through our film audiences across the world experience Oman’s stunning deserts, virgin beaches, clear blue seas, wadis and green-capped mountains,” mentioned the spokesperson.

Over the final handful of years, Oman has remained an desirable location for Indian and Hollywood filmmakers. Hope to see much more Films becoming shot in Oman in the Future as effectively post release of Papa Kehte Hain Bada Naam Karega.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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