Shooting Locales in India – Tamil Nadu

By Pickle  July 31, 2019

Tamil Nadu has a lot on its platter to offer. While the green fields of Pollachi, heavenly falls of Hogenakkal or the misty magic of Ooty and Kodaikanal offer a visual treat to the eyes, the temples of Madurai, or the beaches of Rameshwaram and Kanyakumari take one to a different world altogether

Incentives offered by Tamil Nadu

  • Grant of subsidy of Rs. 7 lakhs to quality low-budget Tamil films with social commitment.
  • Film awards to the best Tamil feature films, best actors, best actresses and technicians to encourage the Tamil Film Industry.
  • Another special prize of Rs. 1.25 lakh, along with a memento and a certificate is awarded to a Tamil film which portrays the dignity of women.
  • A five sovereign gold pendant, a memento and a certificate are presented to the best actors, actresses and technicians.
  • Awards are also given to Best Dubbing Artistes (both male and female), Best Character Artistes (both male and female), Best Comedy Artistes (both male and female).
  • The artistes appearing in television programmes are also honoured. Small Screen Awards are presented every year to Best Tele Serial, actors, actresses and technicians too.
  • A cheque for Rs. 1 lakh, a memento and a certificate are given every year to Best Achiever of the year and Best Lifetime Achiever.

Shooting Locales

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary In Thekkady

Pichavaram Mangrove Forest

Pollachi

Kanyakumari

Kodaikanal

Ooty

Karaikudi

Coonoor

Chennai

Mahabalipuram

Madurai

Coutrallam

Rameshwaram

Tirucharapalli

Chidambaram

For More Information Contact
State Website: http://www.tn.gov.in/

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