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Surf and sand
Jeet and Shrabanti shoot for Wanted in No Man’s Island; Shrabanti in Mauritius for Amanush

Move over Malaysia, Dubai and Singapore. Think Mauritius and No Man’s Island, off Pattaya. Because that’s where Tollywood is going these days.

Two April 30 releases — Ravi Kinnagi’s Wanted starring Jeet and Shrabanti, and Rajib Kumar’s Amanush starring Soham and Shrabanti — have song sequences shot in Mauritius and No Man’s Island.

“For me the place where we shoot the songs is very important because it adds an extra zing to the song and the film,” said Kinnagi, who took his cast to No Man’s Island.

“I have been to Pattaya four-five times but never visited No Man’s Island. It’s very quiet and serene. But you must go there with your girlfriend or boyfriend,” smiles Jeet, who had a blast on the beach. “After wrap-up, we would go and sip Pina Colada and explore the local cuisine. We had great fun!” he adds. The Amanush team headed to Mauritius to shoot two songs. “I wanted beaches and Mauritius is very pretty. Besides, no other Bengali film has shown Mauritius yet, so visually I will have something new to offer!” explains Rajib. While Shree Venkatesh Films has produced Amanush, Ashok Dhanuka has financed Wanted.

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