Gurinder takes a royal break in Jodh­pur

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment -

Bri­tish film­maker of In­dian ori­gin Gurinder Chadha (right), who is shoot­ing a pe­riod drama in Jodh­pur, Ra­jasthan, is lov­ing the royal feel of the city, and says she could get used to life as a “ma­ha­rani”.

“Well earned day off by the pool. I could get used to life as a ma­ha­rani,” the Bend It Like Beck­ham di­rec­tor wrote on Twit­ter with an im­age in which she’s seen pos­ing against the back­drop of a her­itage ho­tel and its swimming pool.

It seemed to be a per­fect Sun­day for her, af­ter weeks of shoot­ing in the city, and Chadha seems con­tent with the way her film is shap­ing up.

She took to the mi­croblog­ging site to ex­press her con­tent­ment about her pro­ject.

“...happy with all on @ ViceroysHouse so far! Feels like my best work to date,” she had tweeted in mid-Septem­ber.

The film stars Hugh Bon­neville as Lord Mount­bat­ten, Gil­lian An­der­son as Lady Mount­bat­ten, Tan­veer Ghaani as Jawa­har­lal Nehru, Neeraj Kabi as Ma­hatma Gandhi and Den­zil Smith as Muham­mad Ali Jin­nah.

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