Rajiv Rai returns to course after 18 years with an motion thriller titled, Zora
Rai with forged member Sofia Parveen
Eighteen years after he directed ‘Asambhav’, Rajiv Rai — recognized for movies like ‘Tridev’ (1989), ‘Vishwatma’ (1992), ‘Mohra’ (1994), and ‘Gupt’ (1997) — returns to the set with an motion thriller, ‘Zora’. Speaking in regards to the movie, which rolled on August 11 in Jaipur, Rai says, “At this age, I simply need to benefit from the means of filmmaking. Although it’s a small movie, it’s an formidable enterprise. The problem was to make a low-budget movie with new expertise, and shoot it in a digital format. My final movie was shot on celluloid with a 35 mm Arriflex digital camera. Therefore, this movie [shot with drones and an iPhone] was experimental in each approach. Taking a danger is traumatic, as I’m not gutsy like [my] father, Late Shri Gulshan Rai.”
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Rai guarantees that, “Zora is a novel, hard-core, whodunnit suspense homicide thriller, which can make you assume, and hold you guessing”. He considers the movie’s casting noteworthy. “There are actors from numerous areas of India. There are 40 new actors.” The movie’s government producer is Raashid Rangrez.
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