Debutant chief Nirmal Sahadev appears to have pulled a throwing upset of sorts for his neo noir film Detroit Crossing, which has Prithviraj in the number one spot. The most recent to join the film is Rahman, who had beforehand shared screen space with Prithviraj in Mumbai Police.
Rahman, who is at present in the US shooting for the film, lets us know, “My character is a challenging advance in Malayalam silver screen. It’s something I have not done earlier thus I am taking it as a test. The part will be a piece of the tension of the film thus I can’t uncover anything further.”
On working in the English-Malayalam hybrid film, he says, “However it’s Nirmal’s first film, he is a brilliant chap. The whole group is from the US thus the example of motion picture making is extraordinary. However, it’s getting down to business great and it’s another learning knowledge for me as well.”
The group shot its initial couple of scenes in Atlanta in September before moving to Augusta, Georgia where they would shoot for the following fortnight. By chance, they were welcomed by cops from the get-go when police touched base on the sets subsequent to hearing weapon shots as a major aspect of a scene being recorded.
As per reports, a couple of policemen were at that point on the sets directing as firearms were being utilized as props and alternate officers had touched base because of a misconception.
The motion picture, which spins around the road group wars of the foreigner group in Detroit, Michigan, likewise has Isha Talwar, Ashwin Kkumar, Nandu and Shivjith as a major aspect of the cast.