Shooting for multi-lingual Kashmiri-Kannada film begins in Srinagar

Srinagar: An excitement is in the air as the shooting for a unique Kashmiri-Kannada multilingual film has officially started in Srinagar.

The cinematic endeavor has brought together artists from Kashmir and the culturally rich state of Karnataka on a single platform to showcase their talent.

The film, a celebration of cultural diversity, brings together the rich and vibrant talents of two distinct regions, as it promises to be a visual treat for cinema enthusiasts, showcasing the rich tapestry of Kashmiri and Kannada culture on the screen.

Similarly, the project has generated a buzz not only for its artistic aspirations but also for the locals as well, who are excited to see the cross-cultural collaboration in the film industry.

The artists of the movie from Karnataka were delighted saying as per the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that the film depicts how two cultures come to Kashmir and live harmoniously and peacefully in the valley, while they find the theater, culture, and everything to be stunning, and they consider Kashmir as the real heaven on earth.

Ashok Kashap, a cinematographer, director, and producer of the movie, told KNO that he possesses the script and is also directing this multilingual movie titled ‘Harmukh’. The shooting is taking place under a new banner, ‘4 chinar,’ and they aim to present something new to the world under ‘4 chinar productions.’

“I am feeling very happy, and the administration here is very cooperative, granting permissions easily and quickly. I am thankful to them for their support, while the atmosphere here is wonderful, and I am very happy and excited to shoot the movie here,” he added.

Furthermore, Dr. Seeta Kootay, a dancer and actor from Bangalore, said the movie explores the love and the relationship between a Kashmiri family and a South Indian family.

She represents the South Indian family, while expressing her love for Kashmir, appreciating its outstanding and glorious beauty.

She added that as an actor and artist, being here and acting in this place is a wonderful feeling that she can’t express in words.—(KNO)

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