Here Is The Reason Why Mission: Impossible Fallout Climax Set In Kashmir Was Filmed In New Zealand.

Here Is The Reason Why Mission: Impossible Fallout Climax Set In Kashmir Was Filmed In New Zealand.

Here Is The Reason Why Mission: Impossible Fallout Climax Set In Kashmir Was Filmed In New Zealand.

New Delhi: Christopher McQuarrie, the Director of "Mission: Impossible Fallout" while talking to news agency IANS told that the climax scene of the movie though set in Kashmir has been filmed in New Zealand. The director described New Zealand as a "nice and safe country", on the other hand, the movie demanded a "more politically complex" world, therefore, India. 
"We couldn't shoot the aerial sequence (helicopter chase sequence) in India. It was a little too crazy. So, we ended up in New Zealand... (but) we wanted something which was more political complex than New Zealand," he told news agency IANS.

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"We wanted to shoot in Paris and we knew that we are based in London, so something needs to happen there. And we knew we wanted a helicopter chase sequence. The only country which would let us do it was New Zealand and we wanted something which was more political complex than New Zealand. It didn't feel like something politically dangerous would be happening in New Zealand and we looked at places which had some similarities to New Zealand, and that is why we picked Kashmir," he added.

Though the "Jack Reacher" director couldn't shoot in India this time, while talking to the news agency IANS he told that he to return to the country for another project. "I scouted India extensively and I would love to come to India and shoot a film," Christopher McQuarrie was quoted as saying.


Before Mission: Impossible Fallout starring Tom Cruise is set to release in India on July 27 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

(Inputs from news agency IANS)

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