A Hollywood actress who arrived in Kashi reached the Ganges to avoid drowning. Yes, Atul Garg’s feature film, The Legend of Peacock, was shot in Hollywood actor Tammy Bartaia in Banaras. The film was about to shoot a scene in the Ganges River. The director of the film, the cameraman and the whole team was filming this scene very well, only then producer-director Atul Garg realized that Tammy was drowning in water.
The director’s team immediately took action and saved the heroine from drowning in deep water. Director Atul Garg, while confirming this, said that I would like to mention the intelligibility of my assistant, whose efforts have been a big accident.
It is worth mentioning that Atul Garg, director of the film ‘The Legend of Peacock’, is going to start his Hollywood journey. In Banaras, 45% of the shooting is done with Bollywood-Hollywood artists. In the US and Turkey, the rest will be shooting. In December of this year, it is intended to be released.
The film was created in the Hinglish language by the Chief Minister, Anil Rajbhar, and on this occasion, MLA Saurabh Shrivastav and Ved Prakash Gupta were also present. The film has been shot at major Ghats of Banaras such as Assi Ghat, Manikarnika Ghat.
Apart from Hollywood actress Tammy in the film, Bollywood actresses Ashima Sharma, Manish Wadhwa and Abbas Khan will be there. The local artistes of Banaras will also be seen in this film. The theme of the film is Global and Universal, which is about humanity.