Rajeev Khandelwal and Usha Jadhav in Canberra to shoot for ”˜Salt Bridge’

rajeev khandelwal and usha jadhav


 

Usha Jadhav with  Rajeev Khandelwal

 

Bollywood descended on Canberra as Australia’s national capital was the location for “Salt Bridge” the latest film starring International heart-throb  Rajeev Khandelwal, India’s Best Actress  Usha Jadhav  and Logie and AACTA award winner  Chelsie Preston Crayford.

The picturesque national capital ”“ ranked by the OECD as the best place to live in the world, is the location for this poignant and engaging social drama highlighting the experiences of migrants from the Indian subcontinent in Australia. Themes of the culture shocks that exist within and outside the close-knit expat Indian community of “Salt Bridge”, ostracism, redemption and friendship play out against the backdrop of Canberra’s landscape and culture.

The established Indian stars are joined by local talent in both cast and crew. “Salt Bridge” will be in the Hindi language and will have a wide release and further enhance Canberra’s growing reputation as a key location for film and television in Australia.
Bollywood heartthrob  Rajeev Khandelwal  whose latest film credits include  Fever, Aamir, DOA death of Amar, Samrat & Co, Table No 21  is joined by India’s Best Actress 2012,  Usha Jadhav  Dhag, Bhootnath Returns, Traffic Light  and NZ born actor  Chelsie Preston Crayford  who won a Logie for her role as Tilly Devine in the TV series  Underbelly:  Razor  and most recently starred in the Australian techno-thriller  The Code  a role which earned her an AACTA award.

The film is written and directed by Canberra based  Abhijit Deonath.  Australian  Miguel Gallagher  is Director of Photography and  Surabhi Singh whose recent work includes popular Bollywood films Besharam and Dabangg  is Associate Director.

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