Indian music video to be shot in Oman

Oman Tuesday 16/February/2016 18:16 PM
By: Times News Service
Indian music video to be shot in Oman

Muscat: Silverline film factory of India, the producers of famous films, such as Singam, Puli and Nerethir, plans to make a romantic music video that will be shot in exotic locations across India and Oman.
The announcement was made after producers of Silverline film factory of India were in Muscat scouting for locations for their next film “Garuda” to be shot in the Tamil language.
As per the Hindu, mythology, Garuda is the vahana (vehicle) of Lord Vishnu and in general, it’s a large eagle-like bird.
The Garuda film will be produced by Silverline Film Factory and will be directed by Thiru. It will be a commercial action entertainer and the stars include top actors Vikram and Kajal Agarwal.
Vikram is an Indian film actor, who has acted in large number of Tamil and Bollywood films and has also won six Filmfare Awards, as well as one National Award.
“The producers of Silverline film factory, Parthi, S S Vasan were impressed and decided to produce the music video “Unnodu Nanirundal” - in Tamil and “Tere Bina” in Hindi (in Oman) after listening to the story of the music video and track of song composed by Muralidharan KN in Muscat,” said Muscat-based professional, Thasleem Khan, who will be directing the music video.
Director Thasleem Khan will be visiting to Chennai in India soon to select the lead actors and singers. “The other characters will be chosen from Muscat and the music video will be shot in India and Oman,” Khan said.