Christopher Nolan starts Mumbai's 'Tenet' schedule with Robert Pattinson, Dimple Kapadia and John David Washington

A news agency was the first to report (September 14) that the Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan arrived in Mumbai on Friday to film for his next director, 'Beginning' , which develops in the world of international espionage. Shortly after, the photos of its main actors, John David Washington and the 'Twilight' star Robert Pattinson, arriving at the Maximum City began to circulate.

After three days of preparation, the author began shooting around 4 am Monday at a popular café in Colaba with Robert dressed in a wrinkled linen suit and dark sunglasses. The team would then move to a place near an art-deco theater in the area. At 9 am, they landed at a nearby club to film another sequence with a restaurant. “Many of the scenes were filmed in the streets. Nolan is filming on 65mm Imax cameras and even filming near the India Gate. The makeshift hotel created outside a five-star SoBo will also be used in one or two days. Three luxury SUVs were parked nearby for actors to use them for travel, ”added a source present at the site.

Later in the day, Dimple Kapadia , who plays a woman over 60 with a crucial role in the narrative, joined the cast, after which they boarded a ferry for another sequence. John joined her, while Robert was not part of that sequence. Some young Indian artists dressed in traditional Rajasthani attire also accompanied the team. They returned around 6.30 pm, ”the source added.

Nolan aims to conclude the film's Mumbai calendar, which was preceded by several others, including one in Estonia, at the end of this week. “The team will film an important sequence, in which one of the actors is expected to jump from a skyrise, in the next few days. As of Wednesday, they will film mainly at night with many of the portions located inside a room that has been rented for the movie, ”the source said.

'Beginning' also features Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Clemence Poesy.

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