Indian cinema is evolving at a rapid speed and not just the core Bollywood industry but regional films are also getting much appreciation in today's time. One of the most evolving movie industry is Marathi cinema and just like the lush shooting locations that Bollywood movies have, Marathi movies are also going places. Getting an urban space and making sounds on the international level, Marathi cinema is ensconced in rural surroundings and are getting shot at major foreign locale. Entering the same zone is the Marathi film titled Aaron, which is the first Marathi film which is filmed almost entirely in a foreign location.
Aaron has been shot 80 per cent in Paris and other locations include places like Canada, Hungary, Romania, Israel and of course India. But wait, that's not it! The film is being shot by half a dozen nationalities as Aaron's art director is from Romania, DOP is from Hungary and creative producer is from Israel. The actors in the film also belong to different nationalities and are from Canada, France and India. Isn't that interesting? Now it will be fun to see how director, Omkar Ramesh Shetty has handled such a diverse ensemble and what the film is all about. How excited are you to watch the film? Let us know in the comments section below.
Produced by Girish Narayan Pawar, Kausthubh Latke and Avinash Aher, the film's title, Aaron, is a French word that means 'elevated high mountain' or 'bearer of martyrs'. The film stars Shashank Ketkar, Neha Joshi, Atharv Padhye, Swastika Mukherjee in pivotal roles. With the film set to release on December 7, you stay tuned to Box Office India for more updates from the world of Marathi cinema.