Tom Cruise soon to be flying to India. Here’s why!

Tom Cruise soon to be flying to India. Here's Why!

A-list actor and Scientologist Tom Cruise is the star of several box-office hits, including Top Gun, The Firm and Jerry Maguire, Risky Business, A Few Good Men, etc.

The actor spent the 1980’s as one of Hollywood’s brightest-shining golden boys.

Following the tremendous success of Top Gun with a string of both critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, Hollywood Renowned actor Tom Cruise is now all geared up to star in the sixth installment of the Mission Impossible franchise.

Reportedly, this installment of the series will be shot in India among several other International locations, for which the actor will be seen in India.

A Hollywood news portal, Jeff Sneider tweeted:

“Mission: Impossible 6 filming in London, India, Paris & New Zealand. Will be released in IMAX 3D on July 27, 2018. NO MENTION of Renner!,” he wrote.

A source revealed, “The team will shoot in India for a month, later this year. The locations will be chosen depending on the stunts conceived. Of the cities being considered, Mumbai will be a prime location for filming. They’re also looking at Rajasthan and Kerala, but details are yet to be finalised. From a co-ordination point of view, shooting in Mumbai makes work easier for the crew.”

The Mission Impossible team will be recruiting the same Indian crew that they hired for the 2011 installment. The team is likely to reach India in June for recce and other preparations.

“The details of the Indian schedule will be finalised after the first meeting with the Indian crew. The Hollywood team is also in talks with Mumbai-based casting agents to scout for local talent for the film’s supporting cast,” says another source.

Indian crew including; Art direction team, styling team will be hired from and a leading Indian stunt director.

“With a good portion of outdoor shots, India will make more than a blink-and-miss appearance this time.” The source added.


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