Various areas of Paris steal the show during the trailer of upcoming Ranveer Singh-Vaani Kapoor starrer "Befikre". Cinematographer Kaname Oyonama alleged he has shot the city like the third lead character of the motion picture.
Oyonama, who moved to Paris from his local Japan to seek after higher studies, has now settled in the city and sees himself as a genuine Parisian.
He says the reason Yash Raj Films drew nearer him to shoot the film was on the grounds that he could give both the neighborhood and also the touristic perspective of the city.
"Paris is an essential part of the film, similar to the third lead character. I think they got me on-board because in light of the fact that I know the city extremely well. They were searching for somebody neighborhood to get present the city in a way Parisian take a gander at it," Oyonama told PTI.
"In the meantime, the film is about the blend of French and Indian culture, so they needed that touristic perspective also. I could shoot Paris that way. I see Paris in an alternate angle as I am both a nearby and a pariah. I have attempted to portray the city in a genuine and excellent way."
The film sees Ranveer and Vaani play adolescents investigating their relationship and themselves, as they play with each other, and the city of sentiment.
It denote the arrival of Chopra to course following a crevice of eight years. The film discharges on December 9.
Oyonama, who has worked in advertisements for real mold brands and a few honor winning component movies, says before "Befikre", he didn't have much thought regarding the Indian film industry and the call from Yash Raj Films was an amaze to him.
"All my life I have had nothing to do with this film industry some time recently. They (YRF) were searching for somebody crisp totally distinctive, youthful, enthusiastic and dynamic. They just rang me one day and it was sudden to the point that I was astonished."
Oyonama says he has made numerous endeavors to watch a few motion pictures yet till date he hasnt possessed the capacity to complete any.
"I have never observed a whole Bollywood film. I knew some principle performers. I realized what sort of movies are made in Bollywood however very little points of interest."
Dealing with "Befikre" was an intriguing background for Oyonama and he says he appreciated working together with the Indian team, which was exceptionally proficient and skilled.
"My shooting knowledge was great. The Indian group was extremely expert, specialized and composed. It was an extraordinary combination and went exceptionally smooth."
In the wake of having such an incredible time on his presentation Hindi film, Oyonama says he would love to chip away at more Bollywood activities sooner rather than later.
"I would love to work in more Indian movies, if there is anything as fascinating as Befikre. It was a remarkable ordeal for me. It would be a genuine joy to work again in a Hindi film."