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Amul Finds Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ a ‘Dimple Pleasure’

Some sequences of Tenet were recently shot in Mumbai.

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Amul has come up with an ad on Christopher Nolan shooting in Mumbai
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We are all eagerly looking forward to Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film Tenet. The director and Robert Pattinson were in Mumbai recently to shoot some of the action sequences of the film. Dimple Kapadia also joined them.

Like always, Amul has an innovative ad ready for Nolan’s shoot. The cartoon shows Nolan shooting with Robert Pattinson and Dimple.

Earlier, some photos and videos have surfaced of Nolan shooting at the Gateway of India. The photographs show Nolan sporting an orange life jacket and maneuvering the camera while an assistant follows him.

We can also see Pattinson dressed in formals and Dimple Kapadia arriving for the shoot.

Dimple Kapadia had also travelled to Estonia to shoot a sequence of Tenet. Dimple was seen chatting with Christopher in the pictures.

The film is is said to be another “event” film from the much loved filmmaker whose last film Dunkirk won multiple Oscars. Like his previous films, there is a high level of secrecy around Tenet and the plot is being kept under lock and key. Some unverified reports have claimed that the movie is an espionage thriller.

Tenet also stars BlacKKKlansman star John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh. Caine has been a fixture in all of Nolan’s films since Batman Begins and Branagh worked with the director in Dunkirk. Nolan’s Interstellar and Dunkirk DoP Hoyte van Hoytema returns but his regular composer Hans Zimmer has been replaced with Ludwig Göransson, who won an Oscar for Black Panther.

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