“The production house will disclose the list of actors and other details during a press conference that would be held here before production starts," he said after witnessing the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Primula Hotel and Islamic Civilisation Park (TTI).
The MoU involves TTI and Primula Hotel pooling their resources in providing quality service to visitors here. Ahmad says the state government is thrilled that Terengganu has been selected as the film location as this could give a boost to the state since there is a host of Hindi movie buffs all over the globe. He revealed that most of the film would be shot in Terengganu, including tourist destinations like Kenyir Lake, Tanjung Jara, the state museum and the Sultan Mahmud Airport.
He said the state has initially agreed to sponsor the accommodation and transport costs for the production crew. “We will discuss other aspects like funding for certain slots of the movie with the producer as our aspiration is to have Bollywood on our soil," he said.