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Locally made Hindi feature film "Jodi" examines the drug trade and aims to send a strong message to youngsters.

A locally made Hindi movie “Jodi” should promote Fiji to the rest of the world says its lead actor and director Anil Mani.

The feature movie which has been shot around Nadi and Lautoka, the country’s tourism centres promotes sceneries as well as some local products and hotels.

“Fiji is just too beautiful and we have to promote our wonderful islands to the rest of the world,” Mani told Fiji Magic following a private screening of “Jodi” in Suva.

“Through my film, I want to show the world our country and the potential it has to accommodate film-making.”

“The movie making industry has huge potential and is growing very fast and I saw it necessary to live up to my childhood dream and produce a movie which addresses a concern of our society and at the same time promote our country.”

“Jodi” addresses the issue of drug abuse and the extent to which one person goes to fight the problem.

Mani and Sigatoka-based actress Bhavna Kumar star in the lead roles.

Mani roped in top-ranking Bollywood music director Amar Mohile for the movie’s soundtrack and background score.

“My production house ABC Motion Pictures solely funded the film and the shooting at the various locations was made possible through the assistance of some very cooperative and helpful individuals,” he said.

“The movie also promotes multiculturalism and there is a French actress in “Jodi” who also who has a very special role.”

“Morgane Verdrines who was based here at the Sugar House in Lautoka under a EU project has played a marvelous role in the movie and she learned the Hindi language and culture pretty fast.”

“In my future films, I am planning to involve the tourism sector more and will be talking to the hoteliers and the government agencies about this.”

“I plan to take my movie all across the country apart from releasing it in the cinemas.”

“I want to reach at least 80 percent of the population in the rural and remote areas and will be carrying my big high definition big screen and projector for the comfort and suitability of the audiences” added Mani.

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