“When choreographer Imran Sardhariya set out to make his first film as a director, there was one thing he was very clear about — he wanted his film to have wow moments that would remain with audiences.
Armed with a script for a love story and a cast including Krishna Ajai Rao and Radhika Pandit, his task was cut out — find awesome locations and capture them well. “I have been shooting abroad in my capacity as choreographer for over a decade, and while Europe is not new as a location, most film crews shoot during summer, as the season offers really long days — sometimes with up to 15 hours of sunlight.
The other option, of course, is to capture snow, which has been done so many times before. Hence, we decided to capture autumn-winter, a time when the most prominent colours you see in nature are orange and aqua green,” says Imran, who shot his film in Sweden, a first for Kannada cinema.”
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