Raju James Bond follows James Bond to London locations
The team of the Deepak Maduvanahalli-directorial filmed parts of the Gurunandan-starrer at locations where the James Bond films were shot
Two songs and a scene for Deepak Maduvanahalli’s upcoming directorial, Raju James Bond, have been shot in London. The songs for the Gurunandan-starrer have been choreographed by Murali Master, one of which has a tune inspired from the James Bond theme. While in London, the team made sure to film at some locations where the James Bond series was shot. “We managed to shoot a scene on the bridge where the Bond film, Casino Royale, was shot. We did another inside the London Eye cubicle,” reveals Maduvanahalli.
Back from London, the team shared a couple of pictures of Gurunandan and Mrudula on set. Initially, the schedule was planned for ten days, but the crew had to extend it by two more weeks due to extreme weather conditions. “However, we managed to shoot the required scenes thanks to the producers Manjuanath Vikswkarma and Kiran Bharthur, who understood the whole situation and made sure that we don’t compromise on the quality,” adds the director.
The film’s music score has been provided by J Anoop Seelin, while Manohar Joshi is in charge of the cinematography. Raju James Bond’s final schedule will start from January 10, at which time, two songs, along with some talkie portions, will be shot.