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These guys help in shooting in Himachal. Film shoots need innumerable local-governmental permissions to be sought, varied police and law enforcement issues to be tackled. We endeavor to make anything and everything possible. We provide complete services required for film shoots, Ad film shooting and Promos, still shoots and television serials at very reasonable charges. We can search the locations in minutes to identify and shortlist places that meet your film requirements. Our detailed information about the Himalayan climate and geography enables you to quickly complete your projects. So, while shooting films in Himachal and Ladakh, shoot with us – the locals here. Shooting Location management: Making arrangements for scenic locations and various mountain features for filming depending on film script and budget allocation.Jungle shooting locations, Glacier Shoots, Rocky locations, Lakes and Ponds, Rivers and streams, mountain people and culture etc. The important services we provide are; Hotels and tented accommodations, transportation, catering and Generators for supplying electricity in tents. Manpower requirements like security and personnel for various purposes during shoots. Finalizing costing with your representatives for a shooting schedule. Permissions for Indian and Non-Indian film producers - Certain areas of Himalayas require special permissions/permits for non-Indians to enter for a specific period of time. Most of the films shot here have won critical acclaim for their cinematography as well besides being box office winners. “Kudrat” by Chetan Anand, “Raju Chacha” by Ajay Devgun, "Badal" by Raj Kanwar and the most recent box office hit “Black” by Sanjay Leela Bhansali are the brightest glowing stars in Woodville’s Bollywood galaxy. Other films that have been cinematographed at Woodville are: Bade Dilwale, Kaun Kaise, Chori Chori, Mukkadar Ka Sikander, Lootmaar, and Mohabbat Ke Dushman. Among the television serials, to name a few, the celebrated “Millee” and the megaserial “Kavyanjali” have been shot extensively in Woodville Palace in Shimla. Important filming locations: Shimla and around: Shimla, town, Mall road, Ridge grounds, Viceregal Lodge, Jakhu hill, St, Bedes college, Chapslee, Convent of Jesus of Mary, Kufri hills, Naldehra golf grounds, Mashobra, Carignano, Tatta pani, Sarahan, Taradevi hill, Heritage railway line between kalka and Shimla, Annadale helipad and grounds. Kullu and Manali: Manali town, Mall road, Hadimba temple, Budhist monastry, Club house,Roerich art gallery, Vashishth hot sulphur springs, Marhi, Ralha falls, Rohtang pass, solang valley,banks of Beas river and nearby villages. Short trek routes to Malana, Bhrigu lake and Bijli Mhadev temple. Kinnaur and Spiti: Sangla Valley, Kalpa, Rakchham, Nako, Tabo, Villages like, Giu, Kibber, Langza Hikkim, Chandertal lake Keylong, Udaypur, Jispa and the entire Spiti valley. Chamba and Dalhousie: Historical monuments at Dalhousie, Manimahesh lake, Pangi valley, Bharmour and local villages. Dharamshala and around: Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, Jwalaji and Chintpurni, Masrur rock temples, Bir abd Billing Paragliding site, Maharans Pratap sagar, Taragarh Palace and Tea estates in Palampur. Leh and Ladakh region: Leh town Nubra valley and Changthang region are the best. Important places are Leh palace, Shanti Stupa, Gompa’s at Hemmis, Shey and Thikse. Alchi, Lamayuru, Diskit, Sumur, Panamik, Himalayan lakes Tsokar, Tso Moriri, and Pangong. Kargil, Drass and Zanskar valley.