Assam’s eminent filmmaker Jahnu Barua has been roped in to direct Unread Pages, the first collaborative film with Hollywood under the state government’s new tourism policy. The film, set mostly in Assam and New York, is an international partnership between Hollywood’s Ivanhoe Pictures and Mumbai’s Easterly Pictures. It will include actors from the state as well as other parts of the globe. The film will be shot in the scenic locales of Upper Assam and parts of North America.
Unread Pages is about a happy family torn apart by some unfortunate incidents. In the movie, the protagonist, who left his land following a series of traumatic events, decides to return for redemption. It will be released in two languages English and Assamese. The film, made under the new tourism policy, aims to showcase the beautiful locales of Assam on the international stage. The shooting of the film is expected to begin soon.
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