On Wednesday, Sonakshi Sinha and her “Noor” co-star Purab Kohli explored some lesser known parts of Mumbai. Purab who plays a photograph columnist, demonstrates Sonakshi’s “Noor” her own city through the eyes of a lensman amid a sentimental track.
The pair shot at Salt Pan, BPT Colony and Railway Yard at Wadala, Worli Fort and concrete yard at Reay A source from the sets stated, “The tune comes when Noor starts to succumb to Purab’s Ayan. The areas are interesting yet particular and make her become hopelessly enamored with the city once more. Director Sunhil Sippy, a photography devotee, had taken photos of these areas years back and chose to shoot there.
Sunhil concedes that he’s been captivated by the peacefulness that eastern parts of Mumbai offer not at all like whatever is left of the clamoring city, and has been recording the territory for a long time. “There’s sections of land and sections of land of mechanical land, disregarded and disintegrating, with scarcely a man in sight.
There’s a pondering delight that made me reconsider my point of view on the city. It was the ideal setting for “Noor” to be reintroduced to a city she thought she knew well,” he includes.