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Nagarjuna, Karthi and Tamannaah Bhatia are set to start shooting for director Vamshi Paidipally's bilingual film in Europe from this weekend.

PVP Cinema, Vamashi's untitled film's team, is all excited over this schedule. The production has released a statement to the media about its Europe schedule.

"For the first time ever, a South Indian film is going to be shot in the stunning locales of Belgrade, the Capital of Serbia," reads the statement.

"The capital of Serbia, Belgrade is among the largest cities in South East Europe. Belgrade buzzes with an unparalleled energy from the sublime to the extreme, the city's frenetic night life, cool urban edge, bohemian vibe and safe streets please even the most discerning traveller," the statement adds. 

The movie will be shot in Paris after Belgrade.

"The shooting shifts to Paris and Lyon in France after Belgrade and then concludes in the beautiful city of Ljubljana, the Capital of Slovenia. Cinematographer PS Vinod is confident of capturing the verdant beauty of these pristine locations," the statement reveals. 

Nagarjuna, Karthi and Tamanna will shoot some action scenes in Paris.

"A major portion of the movie will be completed after concluding this 30 day Europe schedule. Nagarjuna, Karthi and Tamanna will participate in some high octane action sequences as well as crucial scenes in the narrative," says PVR Cinema.

A car chase sequence will be shot in Paris.

"Director Vamshi is very excited with this schedule because he feels that the car chase sequence that is going to be filmed on the streets of Paris will set a new benchmark for action sequences in Indian films," adds PVR Cinema. 

Gopi Sunder, who has been roped in as music composer for the movie, has composed some soul-stirring songs, the sequences for which will be shot in Europe.

"After completion of this major schedule in Europe, this multi-starrer will be gearing up for release in the later part of this year," says PVR Cinema's statement. 

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