September 21, 2011 07:58:11 PM IST Glamsham Editorial
They say everything is beautiful, only you need is an eye to look at things in right perspective. When it comes to Bollywood as a whole this say fits the bill. It has been a trend of sorts that Indian film makers make it a point to go abroad to shoot their films. While few do it understandably as being an essential part of the script, many others do it just for the sake of shooting abroad. Although being an NRI the director Aron Govil disagrees with the trend.
ARON GOVIL WITH STAR CAST OF U R MY JAAN
Stressing on the fact that his protagonist is portrayed as a NRI Businessman, producer-director of the film U R MY JAAN, Aron Govil said, "It would have been a fitting clause for the film to get shot abroad. I had resources and means to get things done in the US and it would have made my life much simpler. However, the simplicity and beauty of the film needed Indian settings. I wanted to show India in a uniquely opulent & stylish manner and hence opted for Indian locations whose beauty would stand out. You need an eye to locate the perfect location to make it look very rich and beautiful and India being such a vast country doesn't have dearth of it."