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Have you heard? Recreating Dharavi in the UK for Tiger Shroff

Updated on: 14 August,2022 07:21 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Sources inform that the scenes set in the slums of Dharavi were originally filmed in London, on a set specially built for the purpose

Have you heard? Recreating Dharavi in the UK for Tiger Shroff

Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff


Thanks to the subsidies offered by governments of various countries, and because it lends to uninterrupted time of the cast, Bollywood filmmakers are more than happy to shoot their films on foreign lands. If they can recreate Indian locations abroad, that is even better. Apparently, the makers of Tiger Shroff’s next, Ganapath, have shot most portions of the film in the UK. Sources inform that the scenes set in the slums of Dharavi were originally filmed in London, on a set specially built for the purpose. “Considering the permissions, paperwork and the timelines, it often works out better to shoot abroad than in Mumbai,” says a source.  He adds that the availability of resources makes it easier to shoot overseas than in India. Interestingly, the producers are also said to be shooting a major chunk of their next, Capsule Gill, with Akshay Kumar in the UK, while only a small portion is slated to be shot in Raniganj in West Bengal.


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