Christopher Nolan And Robert Pattinson Are In Mumbai To Shoot Tenet Co-starring Dimple Kapadia, Viral Pics Here

The director of Inception, Interstellar and more; Christopher Nolan is in Mumbai along with Twilight star Robert Pattinson to shoot for their film titled Tenet. This film also stars Dimple Kapadia. The Hollywood stars were clicked at the Mumbai airport

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Christopher Nolan And Robert Pattinson Are In Mumbai To Shoot Tenet Co-starring Dimple Kapadia, Viral Pics Here
Hollywood director Christopher Nolan and actor Robert Pattinson are in Mumbai along with the entire crew of their upcoming film Tenet. They are in India on a 10-day schedule to shoot their film. Tenet also stars Bollywood veteran Dimple Kapadia. It was early in the morning today that our shutterbugs spotted the Hollywood stars are the Mumbai airport. Like good celebrities, the two obliged their fans with selfies and autographs and all has been documented on social media. 

We came across pictures of selfies of the fans clicked with Robert Pattinson. Wearing a cap, green hoody and a jacket over it, Robert looked smart in his casuals. He had his glasses on despite being in the shade. But that’s the trend we guess stars across the globe are hooked to. Director Christopher Nolan was spotted in black and black. 


If reports are to be believed, the team of Tenet is going to be in India for 10 days and will shoot a few important scenes. It was in February and April that the director had come down to Mumbai to do his research. A source close to the film has been quoted by a news agency, “The main sequences are expected to be filmed shortly. He will leave the city close to the month-end.” Some parts of the film have been shot in Estonia, Dimple Kapadia was a part of it too.

Other stars who are a part of this film are: Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Clemence Poesy. 



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