Mumbai, December 22 (CINEWS): Acclaimed Shine cinematographer Pawel Michal Dyllus, who is known not venture out of his Shine limits professionally, will make a special case surprisingly for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Mirziya.
With regards to his unassuming self, Rakeysh said that Pawel didn’t require much influence. He said in Mirziya, Pawel has shot Rajasthan more than ever. “Why do we just think about the desert when we consider Rajasthan? The Rajasthan that I need to investigate is the exceptionally cutting edge touristy center point. That is the Rajasthan I am taking a gander at and not the deserts, the ghagras and the sarangi. It is set in cutting edge times, 2015 India. The legend of Mirza Sahibaan echoes over the hundreds of years. That is the means by which it plays out. When I was sure of the time zone, I settled on where I needed the legend to be found. We focused in on Rajasthan.”