Thursday, January 15, 2009


'Slumdog Millionaire,' India Take One Production proud to be INDIAN

Music maestro A R Rahman, who became the first Indian to win the prestigious Golden Globe Award, dedicated it to the "billion people of India," as British Director Danny Boyle's Mumbai-based saga 'Slumdog Millionaire', bagged four prizes at the ceremony on Monday.

One name which holds thanks is “India take One Production” for making of the film.

As per Pravesh Sahni, India take One Production has managed production for Slumdog Millioniere. Till date we have managed production for commercials, Features, Video, TV Show some of their work includes
  • Mistress of Spices (Spice Productions Ltd.),
  • Bride and Prejudice (Bride Productions),
  • Looking for Comedy in The Muslim World (Warner Bros.),
  • SlumDog Millionaire (Celador Films UK),
  • Alexander (Intermedia),
  • MTV Wildboyz (MTV) and the list goes on.

As per Tabraz Durrani of Take One Production, they are very happy and excited that 'Slumdog Millionaire' bagged four prizes and they were the associated with this big film. Pravesh said they are very thankful to director Danny Boyle that he had mentioned Take One's name after getting the best director award. And this is the great achievement for the company.

For all production requirements in India, India Take One provides complete support and services for your shoot. From scouting locations to organizing complex set ups in beautiful, mysterious and untouched areas of remotest India, or building sets and shooting in the midst of the Indian Jungle.

From initial location scouting to obtaining shooting permits and overcoming governmental restrictions, they handle it all. Three bases in major Indian cities as well as in Los Angeles enable the company to overcome any production challenges that might be faced with.

Alternatively, if shoot require an Indian theme in the United States, their office and staff in Los Angeles can provide you with all the resources and support needed to re-create such a scenario. From initial stage of obtaining the relevant permission, clearances to ‘J’ category visa application process to get visas for your cast and crew they take care of everything. Also analyze and break down your script, work out a budget and a schedule for you. All movie budgets and schedules are done on Movie Magic. Their experienced location scouts will scout locations, and will ensure that pictures will be posted onto a secure web site for you that very day.