Aizawl is the largest city as well as the capital of the state of Mizoram in India. With a resident population of 293,416, it is the largest city in the state. It is also the centre of administration containing all the important government offices, state assembly house and civil secretariat. The population of Aizawl strongly reflects the different communities of the ethnic Mizo people.

In 1871-72, the disorderly conduct of Khalkom, a Mizo chief, compelled the British to establish an outpost that later became the Aizawl village. In 1890, officer Dally of the Assam Police and his 400 men arrived at Aizawl to support Colonel Skinner's troops during a British military operation against the Mizo tribals. In 1892-95 Aizawl became accessible from Silchar by fair weather road under the supervision of Major Loch.

The Indian Air Force carried out air strikes on the town during the March 1966 Mizo National Front uprising, following which the MNF withdrew to Lunglei. Until 1966, Aizawl was a large village but the regrouping of Mizo villages after the uprising made it become a larger town and then a city. Aizawl has become the centre of Road network in Mizoram connecting the north and south, east and west. More than 25% of the Mizoram population reside in Aizawl.Though this city hasnt featured prominently on the map of Commercial Filmmakers, and Documentary Filmmakers, Television Commercial Production and Video Production in India, its breathtaking beauty and charm is a sight to behold for your next production says Vivek Kunwar from Film Production House in Aizawl, India. 


 Durtlang Hills:  Providing a panoramic view of the hill station, the Durtlang Hills are famous for the breathtaking views they provide whilst on the rocky trek trail, says Vivek Kunwar from the Best Production house in Aizawl. 

Reiek:  Not just a tourist resort, Reiek with its lush green temperate forests is home to a wide range of wildlife, primarily hill birds like the rare Peregrine falcon and is ideal for Commercial Filmmaking, Documentary Filmmaking and Shooting Locations in Aizawl. 

Hmuifang Tang:  This tourist spot at an altitude of 1619m has preserved its virgin forests. The Thalfavang Kut Festival is regularly held here, showcasing various Mizo dances. This place is roughly 50 km from the main town of Aizawl.Television Commercial Production and Video Production Houses in India must visit this spot. 

KV Paradise: A memorial built for Varte by her husband, when she died in a Motor Accident in 2001. This three storied monument houses an odd collection of her wardrobe and shoe collections and is recommended as an offbeat location for Film production in Aizawl

Saiha: Saiha town borders Myanmar and is the administrative headquarters of the district. It is well known for  Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park,  Pala Tipo Lake and Mount Mawma some popular places for sightseeing. It is the capital of the Mara tribe, the third largest tribe in Mizoram. It is a perfect place and amongst the top 5 places for Film Production in Aizawl


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