Actor turned director-producer Parambarata Chatterjee is riding high with impressive work and juggling between his projects with equal enthusiasm this year. The prolific actor-filmmaker Parambrata loves to explore new places whenever he gets time from his busy schedule. He never misses a chance to explore the local places wherever he is shooting across India. Parambrata was shooting in Bhopal, MP, last month for his next Bollywood film, Notary and he seems to be enjoying the beauty and monuments of the city and exploring in and around the city of MP with the team whenever he gets time from his busy shoot.
A few days ago, actors Parambrata and Geeta Basra wrapped the first schedule of Kannada director Pawan Wadeyar’s first Hindi film ‘Notary’ in Bhopal. The project was shot over a month in various local places of Bhopal. To show the local side of the city, various old and new places were chosen as the location for the shoot. For which Param and team used to roam in various places of Bhopal.
Parambarata Chatterjee has shared a picture of Taj-ul-Masajid, where the actor was shooting right beside the historic mosque Taj Ul Masjid which is the largest mosque in India and one of the biggest mosques in Asia.
As soon as Parambrata got some time from his shoot he clicked some pictures in front of the Taj Ul Masjid and enjoyed the evening light of the Mosque. Parambarat was impressed with MP’s people while shooting and fell in love with the beautiful locations and amazing local foods of Bhopal. Parambarat’s most favorite food was Biryani.
Parambarat also managed to visit the famous temple of MP Mahakaleshwar mandir to seek blessings of lord Shiva. The actor knows how to manage Me time in spite of being caught up with a hectic schedule in life.
Parambarat Chatterjee will start his second schedule of Notary in various places of Mumbai soon. The versatile actor has some interesting projects lined up this year and will be seen playing different characters.