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Ramcharan's 'Orange' movie story.

Sat 20th Mar 2010 04:49 PM IST
Ramcharan's 'Orange' movie story.
Ramcharan's 'Orange' movie story.

Orange, the latest flick of Ramcharan saw a surprising visitor to the sets during its shooting in South Bank area of Melbourne. Bronwyn Pike, Member of Parliament for Melbourne and Minister for Education, Skills and Workforce Participation, spent the morning on the sets interacting with the stars.

Orange is the biggest and longest film shoot of an Indian film in Australia and will employ more than 250 Victorians as cast and crew during filming,’ Ms. Pike said. She said the Brumby Labour Government is proud that the wonderful city is playing a leading role in the much awaited film. She expects that the film will carry a positive image of Melbourne and that Victoria.

The film starring the charming Geneila alongside Ramcharan will tell the story of a young Indian student who has settled in Melbourne and falls in love, and the twists and turns that accompany relationships. Orange will be filmed at a number of Melbourne locations, including South bank, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, the West Gate Bridge and Docklands.

Anupam Sharma, a member of the production unit said the Melbourne community was welcoming and film friendly. The film is set against the backdrop of Melbourne and is using a mix of local and international cast and crew to make the movie. The film will hit the screens later part of the year.

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Ramcharan's 'Orange' movie story. - CineJosh Updated on Sat 20th Mar 2010 04:49 PM IST
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