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‘Mirror Game’ director Vijit Sharma opens up on challenges he faced while filming in New Jersey

Just last week, we witnessed the thrilling trailer of the movie ‘Mirror Game‘, which left us mulling over its innovative plot. Directed by Vijit Sharma, the film is shot entirely in the US. ‘Mirror Game: Ab Khel Shuru’ is about a psychology professor in New Jersey, who is battling complications both in his personal and professional lives. When his paths cross with an ambitious young student who asks help with his research, the professor finds himself getting sucked into a whirlpool of mind games that he seems to have little control over. Throw in deceit, an affair, a crime and a police investigation and you have an edge of the seat thriller, a whodunit that keeps you hooked till the end. (Also Watch: The trailer of ‘Mirror Game’ will leave you thinking!)

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Director Vijit Sharma faced many challenges while filming the movie in New Jersey. He said, “We had to shoot in New Jersey because of the suburban setting of the story. Our biggest challenge was to get filming permits from the towns as filming can’t happen unless the town gives permission. The process can take months in some cases. Luckily the towns were very helpful to us when we told them we were shooting a Bollywood film as people do know Bollywood, but not enough, so the curiosity helped moved things along.”

‘Mirror Game’ stars Parvin Dabas, Pooja Batra, Omi Vaidya in lead roles and will be releasing on June 2, 2017.

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