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Feature FIlm Mirzya

Film Mirzya



Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra


Pawel Dyllus


Harshvardhan Kapoor, Saiyami Kher, Art Malik.


“If you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt – only love.” Inspired by the legend of Mirza Sahiban, MIRZYA is an epic love story that plays out in contemporary times.



Pawel Dyllus Testimonial

In general, what are the main criteria that define your choice of lenses on a project?
As cinematographer I try to approach to every movie in a different way. Of course I have my favourite “settings”: for smaller-films, I like to open the aperture as much as I can, especially in interior scenes. I really like wide open bokeh and vividness. Of course this is nightmare for my focus puller, but he is used to this now! For high-budget films when fewer cameras are used and turnaround of the work needs be faster, I look for lenses which give me as much vividness as I can get with 4-5.6 apertures. In this case, zoom lenses are indispensable.


Behind the scenes PHOTOS

Tournage Mirzya
Groupe d'hommes et caméra moto