Pulwama, May 29: The second phase of shooting of web series, “Kashmir- Enigma of Paradise” begun on Sunday with a shooting of a scene at Haal village in south Kashmir's Pulwama district.
The three phase series is going to be completed in 150 days.
Talking to Rising Kashmir, The Director and writer of the series, Autul Agarwal told that the first phase of the series was shot in Srinagar.
" The first part of the series was shot in Srinagar for 25 days, for next 20 days the second phase will be shot," the Mumbai based director said, adding that it is a love story.
He informed Rising Kashmir that around 200 people are in his crew working for the series.
"Darsheel Safari, Ram Gopal Bajaj, Mir Sarwar and Sajad Delafarooz are in lead roles," he said, "some foreigner artists including Tammy Bartaia are also part of the series ."
Autul Agarwal is in the film industry for past 27 years and has made many movies for Bollywood and Telugu cinema.
“Bharat Eak Darshan” is one of his popular movies.
He said that Kashmir is a beautiful place.
"When you have such a beautiful place why will you go to other country, where ever you shoot the frame looks stunning," he said, adding that other fellow film makers should also come to Kashmir.
"The place is quite peaceful, the administration and public are very supportive," the director told.
The series is produced under the banner of One India Movie.
"This is going to clear all misrepresentations concerning Kashmir," he said.
He informed Rising Kashmir that the enthusiasm of local people motivated him to work on the project with firm dedication.
"The enthusiasm of local public inspired me and boosted my morale, otherwise I would have not come here for second phase of the shoot," he said.
He added that return of movies to Kashmir will also help local economy.
"It will help hotels, local vehicle owners and other people working as junior artists."
For the shoot at Haal village around 30 vehicles from locals were hired for carrying the crew and other equipment.
A large number of local residents of Haal village turned up to watch the shooting of the film.