After 26/11 tragedy, Ajay Devgn, Konkona, Paresh Rawal shoot at CST

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After the 26/11 tragedy which left many bereft, CST has never been the same. But things have started getting back to normal. In fact, post the 1st anniversary of the tragedy, Bollywood has resumed its shooting at the landmark locale.

The first movie to be shot there is Warner Bros. Pictures and Wide Frame Films Atithi Tum Kab Jaaoge which stars Ajay Devgn, Konkona Sen Sharma and Paresh Rawal in the lead.

The scene revolves around Ajay Devgn, Konkona and Paresh Rawal at a station, but they wanted to lend it an authentic look which is why they
chose to shoot at CST as opposed to a studio.

Scheduled to release on 26th February 2010, the film is a laugh riot directed by Ashwni Dhir which revolves around a middle class couple who
cope with a visiting relative who has outstayed his welcome and the various methods through which they try to get rid of him!

About Warner Bros:

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Warner Bros. Pictures has been at the forefront of the motion picture industry since its inception and continues as a worldwide box office leader today. With some 30 offices around the world, Warner Bros. Pictures is also the leader in the distribution and marketing of feature films to the worldwide theatrical marketplace, releasing films to more than 175 territories. Warner Bros. Pictures is home to such recent world-renowned hit films as Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince, The Dark Knight & The Hangover.

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