"Lucknow, part of the Heritage Arc is the capital city of uttar Pradesh.The epicentre of the 1857 War of Independence, a seat of the Nawabs is an amalgamation of the ancient and the modern. This city steeped in history offers great locations for Commercial Filmmaking, Documentary Filmmaking, Underwater Photography and Fashion Photography.
The city a blend of colonial and mughal architecture has a rich legacy of literature, awadhi cuisine, performing arts and tehzeeb . The city thus attracts Commercial Filmmakers, Documentary Filmmakers, Underwater Photographers and Fashion Photographers who love to capture the city in all its glory. Famed for its Chikan embroidery and Zardozi, the city offers Fashion Photographers and Documentary Filmmakers multiple avenues to showcase their talent.
RECOMMENDED PLACES FOR FILM PRODUCTION IN LUCKNOW
Bara Imambara : It was built in the year 1784 by the fourth Nawab of Awadh known as Asaf-ud-Daula. Built as a part of a relief project for a major famine that took place in the year 1784, the majestic Imambara is a spectacular venue for Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers and Fashion Photographers.
British Residency Lucknow: A famous historical landmark though now in ruins. The place has been declared a protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India and ideal to shoot for by Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers and Fashion Photographers.
Chattar Manzil: One of the imposing structures built by the Nawabs of Lucknow, this building has a strikingly different architecture and recommended for Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers and Fashion Photographers.
Jama Masjid: Built in 1423 by Sultan Ahmed Shah. This mosque is built entirely with yellow sandstone and is known for its intricate style of design and architecture.Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers and Fashion Photographers have shot with this masjid beautifully in the backdrop.
Rumi Darwaza: One of the most impressive architectural structures in India, constructed in the year 1784 by Nawab Asaf-ud-daula that exemplifies the Awadhi architecture. Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers and Fashion Photographers have shot extensively here.
Clock Tower: Between the Bara Imambara and Chhota Imambara this huge tower was constructed by Nawab Nasir-ud-Din Haider in the year 1880. At an height of 221 feet it is the tallest Clock Tower in India. Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers and Fashion Photographers. have shot their projects here.
Moti Mahal: Also called Palace of Pearls it was constructed by the Nawab of Lucknow, Saadat Ali Khan. On the banks of Gomti it provides a spectacular view of the city of Nawabs. The Nawabs used this palace to view birds and ideal for Documentary Filmmakers, Commercial Filmmakers, Underwater Photographers and Fashion Photographers to shoot.
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