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'Tere Aane Se' to be shot in Delhi in September

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The shooting for Tere Aane Se, a romantic love story, will soon begin in Delhi. Starring Purab Kohli, Gulshan Grover, Rati Agnihotri and Rituparna Sengupta, the movie will be directed by filmmaker Agnidev Chatterjee.

Rahul Bose, cousin of filmmaker Anurag Basu, has penned the script and Palash Muchhal has composed music for the film. The film will go on floors in September and will be shot at locations like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Delhi, Agra, Shimla, Manali, Nasik, Canada, etc.

Says Agnidev Chatterjee: "We will start shooting the film from 9th September. We begin at the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, and the next day at Jaipur. Then, we travel to Agra on the 11th. We shall also be shooting at various locations in Delhi on the 13th and 14th. Later, we travel to Manali for a four-day-shoot beginning on the 18th. On the 24th, we shoot at the Chail Palace and then come back to Delhi at end of the month, when we'll be shooting at the Pataudi Palace till 6th October."

Speaking about the story of Tere Aane Se, Chatterjee adds, "The story is a very interesting one; its basically a love story. We have a great supporting cast and will be using real locations for the shoot. Nasik Jail will also be one of our shoot locations. Besides, we shall also be shooting in places like Mehrangarh Fort, Chail Palace and Pataudi Palace for the shoot. In Agra, we plan to shoot a rock song with the backdrop of the Taj Mahal."

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