Shooting Locales in India – Nagaland

By Pickle  August 1, 2019

A state that is on the world map for Hornbill Festival and music, Nagaland has much more to offer as a pristine shooting location. The mountainous state in northeast India, bordering Myanmar, has immense potential to emerge as a filming destination with the government making an all out effort to put in place film-friendly policies in order to attract shootings from outside. The first Nagamese language movie made its debut recently at Nagaland Film Festival. Based on the inspiring story of Mhonbeni Ezung, the youngest recipient of National Bravery Award for Children, the film was entirely shot in Nagaland.

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