Bhai Narsinghgarh to Bollywood star Saurabh Shukla: Shooting will start soon with director Nikkhil Advani, said – there is a touch of heritage here


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A team of 10 crew members including Bollywood’s famous film producer and actor Saurabh Shukla and director Nikhil Advani reached Narsinghgarh. Where he searched the location for his upcoming film. During this, the filmmaker and actor along with his team reached Bhanu Niwas Palace in the city. Here Narsinghgarh met MLA Rajyavardhan Singh and Kunwar Vishwa Pratap Singh and visited the historical fort of the city, Jal Mandir, College, Main Market, Dev Bhawan, Bhandara Ghati, Old Thana and other places and saw the location. Soon it was said to shoot the film.

Film producer and actor Saurabh Shukla said that shooting will start in Narsinghgarh soon

Bollywood’s famous filmmaker and actor Saurabh Shukla while talking to Dainik Bhaskar said that we were looking for a location for the shooting of our film. Somebody showed me the picture of Narsinghgarh about the kind of city I wanted, I didn’t know where Narsinghgarh was called. I thought that Narsinghgarh would be a locality somewhere in Bhopal itself. But when the talk happened, he told that it is a little far from Bhopal. I said, show me this place, today I and the team of my upcoming film had come to Narsinghgarh. Narsinghgarh city is at a very beautiful place. The most special of this city is the fort here. Which is about 400 years old. I really liked the location. What I told my team. Now very soon we will shoot this film.

We have chosen this place because our film is a family story. The story of a family, who lives in a small town. There is still an antiquity to this place. There is a touch of our heritage in the building and the food here. That’s why I decided to shoot.

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