➤ ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ to be Shot in Jordan: Report
The iconic Bollywood film ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ is all set to venture into the breathtaking landscapes of Jordan for its upcoming shoots, as per a report by Hindustan Times. The movie’s three song sequences are planned to be filmed in the picturesque country, marking a significant milestone in the film’s production.
Award-winning actor Akshay Kumar expressed his enthusiasm for the Jordan shoot, stating, “I am very excited about shooting in Jordan. I’ve never been there but I’ve heard it’s a beautiful country.” Emphasizing the need for diverse terrains, he added, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan has superb action and requires a certain terrain.”
The film’s chosen location has been carefully considered by the producer, Vashu Bhagnani, and the director, Ali Abbas Zafar, who have already filmed parts of the movie in Mumbai, London, Scotland, and Abu Dhabi. The addition of Jordan is set to contribute a new dimension to the visuals and aesthetics of the film.
Renowned choreographer Bosco Martis is slated to choreograph the songs, promising an extravagant visual experience for the audience. A source revealed, “The makers are going all out to make the songs a visual spectacle for the audiences to experience on the big screen.” The team is gearing up for a large-scale production, with a crew of 400-500 people, including approximately 200 dancers, to capture the essence of Jordan through their compositions.
The scheduled shoot is planned to span from January 19 to February 2.
➤➤ 1. Why is ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ shooting in Jordan?
The film’s action-packed sequences require diverse terrain, and Jordan offers the perfect backdrop for this. Additionally, it will add a new visual dimension to the movie.
➤➤ 2. Who is choreographing the songs in Jordan?
Renowned choreographer Bosco Martis has been assigned to choreograph the song sequences in Jordan.
➤➤ 3. When is the shooting scheduled in Jordan?
The shoot is scheduled to take place between January 19 and February 2.
The decision to shoot ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’ in Jordan is a testament to the growing global appeal of Bollywood films. With its breathtaking landscapes and diverse terrains, Jordan is set to provide a stunning backdrop for the movie’s song sequences, promising a visual treat for audiences. The scale and grandeur of the production indicate an exciting cinematic experience in the making.