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Delhi becoming favourite destination for filmmakers?

Written by: Staff
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New Delhi, July 7 (UNI) Delhi is fast becoming the favourite destination for filmmakers from the Mumbai film industry.

After Rakesh Mehra's 'Rang De Basanti, Kunal Kohli's Fanaa', Suraj Barjatya's Vivah' and Sunny Deol's 'Gandhi', Tamil actor Prabhu is the latest to shoot his film 'Delhi Heights' in the national capital.

Prabhu is in the capital along with the cast of the under-production film, which includes Jimmy Shergill, Neha Dhupia, Om Puri, Kamini Khanna, Rohit Roy and Simone Singh.

Directed by Anand Kumar, the film is about life in an apartment complex named Delhi Heights.

The film has Jimmy Shergill paired oppsite Neha Dhupia.

Talking to media persons here, Neha said in the film she was playing an ambitious and career-minded girl, Suhana, who represents today's women.

Despite the hot and sultry weather, all the actors of the film seemed to be enjoying their stay in the capital.

As veteran actor Om Puri, who along with Kamini Khanna play a fun loving Sikh couple having just one mission in life, to marry off their daughter, told UNI,''I love Delhi summers. Unfortunately, filmmakers avoid shooting here because of the heat.'' Neha also seemed to be enjoying her visit to the capital.''I feel more relaxed in Delhi,'' she said.

About the experience of working with senior actors like Om Puri, she said, ''working with different senior actors is like using their experience for your own advantage.'' With this film, Rabbi Shergill is entering the Indian film industry as a music director, after his very famous album "Bulla Ki Janna".

Also present was the simple and pretty Simone Singh who plays the role of Saima, trying to save her marriage with the flirtatious Bobby, played by Rohit Roy.

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