MUMBAI: Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh is all set to shed his clothes in Madhur Bhandarkar’s Jail, which is being produced by Percept Picture Company.
The scene in question is the one where the character Parag Dixit played by Neil is asked to strip down for checking.
The film stars Mughda Godse opposite Neil. The shooting for the film is going on at BIG ND Studio, in Karjat.
Jail is a tale of an ordinary man Parag Dixit, played by Neil, who finds himself inside the four walls of a prison due to a series of unfortunate events. The film is from his point of view and tells the stories of several other inmates of the prison. Some of these are under trials, convicts and also the cops who are in charge of maintaining the order in the prison. Jail gives a ringside view of the world that exists inside the walls of the prison spread across our country.
Bhandarkar says, "Jail is based on the under-trials and as the name suggests, it is the baseline of my film. I don’t think a prison story like Jail has been done so far in Hindi cinema. I always want to go into genres that are new to be explored. But there were too many practical problems. It’ll be in the thriller format. I’ve been mulling the subject right from the time I made Chandni Bar. Now I’ve completely revamped the film."
Percept joint managing director Shailendra Singh says, "We are proud to associate yet again with Madhur Bhandarkar, this time for Jail. After a successful run with Page 3, Corporate and Traffic Signal our relation with Madhur Bhandarkar has moved to the next level. With three national awards to his credit and accomplishments that quite speak for themselves, Madhur has established himself as a phenomenal film maker."