Manoj Bajpayee eyes Northeast: “The Family Man” set for scenic shoot in the Northeast

Manoj Bajpayee eyes Northeast The Family Man set for scenic shoot in the Northeast
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Popular Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee has expressed his interest in filming the upcoming season of his hit web series “The Family Man” in the stunning landscapes of Arunachal Pradesh and other northeastern states. This exciting revelation came about during a meeting between Bajpayee and Arunachal Pradesh’s Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein, at the Jaipur Airport.

According to Mein’s social media post, Bajpayee “expressed his willingness to visit Arunachal and other Northeastern States to explore sites for shooting the next episodes of his popular series on Amazon, the ‘Family Man’.” The actor also showed “genuine interest in promoting tourism of the State,” Mein added.

This development comes amidst much anticipation surrounding the third season of “The Family Man,” which has garnered a loyal fanbase for its action-packed storyline and Bajpayee’s captivating performance. While details about the plot and shooting schedule remain under wraps, the prospect of filming in the Northeast adds a new dimension to the series.

Bajpayee’s interest in the Northeast is not entirely unexpected. The region has gained increasing recognition as a filming destination in recent years, with its diverse landscapes and vibrant cultures attracting filmmakers from across India and beyond. Movies like “Barfi!” and “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” have successfully showcased the beauty of the Northeast to a wider audience.

If “The Family Man” does film in Arunachal Pradesh and other northeastern states, it could provide a significant boost to the region’s tourism industry. The series enjoys a large and loyal following, and filming there would undoubtedly put the spotlight on the Northeast’s hidden gems.

While there’s no official confirmation yet from the makers of “The Family Man,” Bajpayee’s enthusiasm has certainly set the stage for an exciting possibility. Whether it’s the snow-capped peaks of Arunachal Pradesh, the rolling hills of Manipur, or the lush valleys of Assam, one thing’s for sure – “The Family Man” filmed in the Northeast promises to be a visual treat.

It remains to be seen if Bajpayee’s vision will materialize, but one thing is certain: the Northeast is ready to welcome the cameras and showcase its beauty to the world.

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