15-04-2014

Indian superstars shooting in Warsaw

Shooting of Kick by Sajid Nadiadwala Shooting of Kick by Sajid Nadiadwala

On the 11th of April mega production titled “Kick” - directed and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala - has begun filming. It is the first Indian project of this scale in the history of Warsaw. The project involves superstars of Indian film industry, including the idol of hundreds of millions of fans - Salman Khan. Polish part of the production is produced by Film Polska Productions.

Shooting of Kick by Sajid NadiadwalaParts of the movie executed in Warsaw are not only the most difficult action scenes that were filmed so far in Poland, but also the biggest action scenes executed for Bollywood cinema. Full of tension, spectacular action and chase scenes, just like in Hollywood movies, will be executed in Warsaw. Director and producer of this project - Sajid Nadiadwala is one of the most significant people of the Indian film industry.

The first day brought a lot of excitement for both, the team working on the film, and the viewers around the Palace of Culture and Science whom watched extremely difficult shots. Friday shots were realized quickly and efficiently. Part of the jump sequence from the 30th Floor of the Palace of Culture and Science, Salman Khan has done in person. The scene did not caused any problems, our athletic star easily coped with similar challenges.

Thanks to this scene, the Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science will be recognized by people all over the world. It is undoubtedly one of the most important buildings in the capital. Bollywood Cinema, which is popular all over the world, is also a great opportunity to promote Warsaw. Everyone, to whom the development of the city is important, is hoping for this promotion.

“Kick” is another international production, after “Spies” series and the Oscar-winning, “The Pianist” in which the Polish capital appears.

Shooting of Kick by Sajid NadiadwalaPoland is an attractive partner for foreign production because of the experience of Polish producers and creators with international cooperation, great locations, but primarily due to competitive prices. Implementation of the "Kick", foreign film in the capital, gives real financial benefits to the indigenous film industry and the Warsaw service industry. Film is not just culture, it is also economics - highlights Tomasz Dabrowski, director of the Polish Film Commission.

When we heard that Sajid Nadiadwala plans to shoot his newest blockbuster in Europe, we decided together with our partners to focus all activities into convincing him that Warsaw is a great place for making this movie at very high, international level - says Krzysztof Solek, CEO of the Film Polska Productions, who is responsible for the Polish part of the production.

About the Film Polska Productions:

Film Polska Productions over the past few years has gained a reputation of the most dynamically developing Polish production company, that collaborates with international markets. It has worked with many major international players, such as National Geographic, History Channel, BBC (UK), ARD, ZDF (Germany) SyFy (Canada) and Channel 9 (Australia). At advertising market - for agencies such as Ogilvy, McCann Ericsson, Young and Rubicam or Dentsu.

The company is a pioneer of cooperation between Polish and Indian film industries. Since 2010 FPP shot two feature films (part of) and about 40 television commercials for the Indian market. In 2013, together with the Polish Tourist Organisation FPP organized an official visit of Indian film producers to Poland. It is a member of Indo Polish Chamber of Commerce & Industry (IPCCI) and Polish Chamberof Audiovisual Producers  (Krajowa Izba Producentów Audiowizualnych - KIPA).


Film Polska Productions is a Polish line producer of Indian megaproduction Kick staaring Salman Khan.

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Last modified on 17-04-2014