Jodhaa Akbar sets to attract tourists
'Jodhaa Akbar' the epic of Ashutosh Gowarikar that hit theaters a couple of weeks back is doing a great show and getting very positive feedback from the audience.
Though the entire team has done a wonderful fare, special thanks should go to the creator of the sets and the jewellery, without which the film would have lost that magic feel. While watching the film we are transported to another era of kings and queens, palaces and forts. It is like walking through a fairytale.
The palatial palaces and the fantastic forts add to the feel of the film. News is that now these sets that were erected for the filming of 'Jodhaa Akbar' will be soon open for public viewing. If it opens for the public then you and I can sit and click pictures from those places where Jodhaabai took a walk or where Akbar and Jodhaa exchanged small talk.
What a luxury!
The man behind the creation of these splendid sets, Nitin Chandrakant Desai, has declared that he would open his studio (N.D. Studio) for public viewing soon as in the Universal studios in Los Angeles. The sets will soon be open to the public, who, after paying a nominal fee can enjoy the grandeur of the sets.