Poland is becoming increasingly popular among Indian filmmakers and advertising industries for its ideal locations, low production cost and the financial rebate advantage. Production service companies like Film Poland production and Indopolish Films are few companies who are closely associated with Indian filmmakers, and give the production service in Poland. In an exclusive interview, IBTimes Editorial Director, Danish Manzoor discussed various topics about India-Poland relations with Poland Ambassador to India, Mr.Adam Burakowski,. They discussed some interesting points about how these ties help Indian businesses, especially the Indian film industry.
Mr.Burakowski offered some insights on the breathtaking scenic landscapes that Poland offers, which are idea locations for Indian film industry. He also explained the financial advantage of shooting in Poland.
Kraków, the old capital of Poland and by far the most popular city with foreign tourists was featured in the 2011 Indian movie Aazaan, and then in 2012 in Yah Jo Hai Mohabbat and in a song from Saguni in 2013. The 2014 Bollywood movie Kick featured locations around the capital of Poland, Warsaw and was played by Salman Khan. Part of the movie Shaandaar was shot in Kozłówka palace in eastern Poland, while the MahakumbhTV series at the castle in Lubiąż,.