Iranian movie producer Majid Majidi says India was the “best decision” to shoot outside his nation, as the two countries share a considerable measure of social similitudes.
Majidi, who was as of late in the city for the advancement of his first Hindi film Beyond the Clouds, said it is troublesome for a movie producer to leave his own particular nation, unless there is social association.
“We have a place in Iran called Baloch. It’s near Indian culture – the garments they wear, the dialect they talk. I shot my first film (Baduk 1992) there,” he said.
Majidi included that Baloch additionally feels much like India as far as the traditions and customs.
“Every one of these components influenced me to surmise that if I somehow happened to make a film out of Iran, India would be the best decision,” he said.
Past the Clouds, set to hit the screens on April 20, was shot in Mumbai and revolves around a sibling sister relationship.
The film, which has unique score by AR Rahman, stars Ishaan Khatter and Malavika Mohanan in the number one spot.