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JHOOTHA HI SAHI, Bridges and Indian cinema

October 23, 2010 03:14:34 PM IST
Enkayaar, Glamsham Editorial
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Suddenly bridges have earned the fascination of film directors to use them as an integral part of Indian cinema to give direction to the content. JHOOTHA HI SAHI is the latest addition in this category where London Bridge has been used extensively in development of narrative of the film. JHOOTHA HI SAHI provides an opportune moment to run through such Hindi films that have used the bridge as a significant prop in Hindi cinema.



YUVA: It was the first Hindi film in probability which was extensively shot on the Vivekananda Setu in Kolkata, the plot of the film starting on the bridge and bridge being used throughout the film to interlink the narrative. The live action performed on the bridge was significant component of YUVA.

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