Shamitabh takes Finland to Bollywood!

A reliable source has confirmed, as I was guessing in the previous post, that Finland is getting to the Bollywood’s map of the world –
The movie Shamitabh, directed by R. Balki, has indeed been partly shot in Finland, more specifically in Lapland, and the movie will be starring Dhanush, whom we know from Kollywood.
Now the shooting of Shamitabh in Finland has already been completed.
Of the other actors of Shamitabh, Amitabh Bachchan himself came, at least some days ago, as near as England to shoot Shamitabh.
So now Indivue shall wait, with big interest, for the movie Shamitabh to get ready.
It will be indeed exciting to see how Finland will, after all, show herself in that movie.
The snowy landscapes of Lapland are already familiar for some Indians from tv – even I got to see one Christmas the interview of our own Santa in Korvatunturi, Finland, from an Indian tv.

But what I can not believe is that it snowed in Lapland in the summer month of June when they were shooting Shamitabh – but that is what the article in Indian Express claims – Imagine that never-ending sunshine and snow – how lovely, if that’s what we’ll see!
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2 Comments

  1. Reetta

    Luin että työryhmä oli täällä kaikkiaan 10 päivää. Osa kohtauksista kuvattiin pääkaupunkiseudulla ja osaa Lapissa. Itse olin mukana muutaman päivän ajan Helsingin kuvauksissa.

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  2. NS

    Hei Reetta, ymmärsinkö oikein, että blogiisi on tulossa juttua kuvauksista?

    Mukavinta tässä kaikessa lienee se tosiasia, että tätä nykyä jopa Suomessa tai Helsingissä voi siis yllättäen törmätä vaikkapa Shah Rukh Khaniin tai Ranveer Singhiin keskellä kirkasta päivää!

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