Dimple Kapadia, who will be seen in the upcoming Christopher Nolan film Tenet, was spotted on the set of the film. Photos of the veteran actress with the Academy Award-nominated director from the set of the film were leaked online on Sunday. The film is currently being shot in Estonia.
In the pictures, Dimple is seen having a converstion with Nolan. Tenet will not be Dimple’s first appearance in an English language film. She was noted for her portrayal of the title role in the American production Leela (2002).
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Apart from Dimple, the film also stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Clemence Poesy, Michael Caine, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson.
While there is no information about the film’s plot and characters yet, reports say that Tenet is Nolan’s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated war drama Dunkirk that earned the noted filmmaker his first Best Director Oscar nomination.
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According to Warner Bros, the film is an espionage thriller and will be shot in seven countries. Warner Bros Pictures is distributing the film worldwide, which is scheduled to hit theaters on July 17, 2020.
According to an earlier report in Mumbai Mirror, Tenet will also be shot in Mumbai in September this year. The report said that some portions of the film will be shot in Mumbai at places like Taj Mahal hotel, Gateway Of India and the Colaba market.
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A source close to the development told the daily, “Nolan was in Mumbai last year for an event on the need to promote the use, restoration and preservation of films.”
During this stay, the director decided to shoot his film in Mumbai. The source added, “During his four-day stay, he decided to shoot here, and in September will mostly be filming in South Bombay, around the Gateway of India, the Taj Mahal hotel and the Colaba Market. For the recce, he was accompanied by production designer Nathan Crowley and cinematographer, Hoyte Van Hoytema among other team members.”
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The Mumbai schedule of the film will stretch up to seven-eight days, during which a major chase sequence will be filmed. Some of the Hollywood actors are expected to fly down to India for the same.