Akshay Kumar’s Grazing Goat Pictures ventures into regional cinema with ‘Anntar’
After the blockbuster hit OMG (Oh My God!), Akshay Kumar and Ashvini Yardi’s Grazing Goat Pictures ventures into regional cinema with a Marathi project. ‘Anntar’ stars Tanisha Mukherjee and Sumeet Raghavan, besides Manse Salvi. Setting another first, the peppy, modern soundtrack is by Apeksha Dandekar, who also essays a role in the film. The film charts the journey of a young Maharashtrian student, who decides to pursue his studies in UK, and gradually ends up with a new set of priorities and goals in life. The vibrant city of London provided the backdrop for part of the scenes, while the remainder of the film will be shot in Pune.
“What better date than the 3rd May to have the first day shoot of our film Anntar, which marked 100 years of Indian cinema…and in London! Indian cinema began with Marathi cinema and we’re glad to have gone full circle to launch our Marathi film. Our aim at Grazing Goat Pictures is to put Indian regional cinema at the heart of quality filmmaking. We have taken this vision and turned it into reality with our projects. It’s great to see that regional cinema is coming to the fore not only in India but also internationally,” said Ashvini Yardi, co-producer.
Renowned for thought-provoking, unique and emotive filmmaking across boundaries and genres, Grazing Goat Pictures delves deep to bring the audience films that are cutting edge and high-concept, resonating with multiple audiences.