Scenes of Line Walker -2 shot at Shwedagon Pagoda, YMCA Hall

The scene for the Line Walker-2 film shot at the Shwedagon Pagoda yesterday. Photo: Pe Zaw
The scene for the Line Walker-2 film shot at the Shwedagon Pagoda yesterday. Photo: Pe Zaw

Scenes for the film Line Walker-2 were shot at the Shwedagon Pagoda and YMCA Hall in Yangon yesterday.
The shooting at the Shwedagon Pagoda started at 7 pm and took some two hours to complete, in which Lruyuning, Tiang Peiyao and 30 local supporting actors took part.
Some scenes were also shot at the YMCA hall on Theinbyu Road in Botahtaung Township yesterday, and at the National Races Village in Thaketa Township on Friday, which attracted film fans.
When shooting in Yangon, authorities took steps to prevent traffic jams and to maintain overall safety.
Shaw Brothers Pictures International Ltd. is staging major scenes for Line Walker-2, a sequel to their very successful Line Walker movie, in Yangon.
“Shootings, explosions, cars racing against each other, crashes, and helicopters flying are included in this film. Departments concerned will help us. Therefore, the public is requested to enjoy the shooting from designated places,” said U Aye Kywe, Deputy Director-General of the Information and Public Relations Department, at a press conference in Yangon.
“Through this film, we want to show the world that we ensure transparency, no delays, and no obstacles for foreign movies being shot in our country,” he added. —Zaw Gyi (Translated by Kyaw Zin Lin)

Line Walker-2 Film being shot at the National Races Village in Thaketa Township.  Photo: MNA
Line Walker-2 Film being shot at the National Races Village in Thaketa Township.  Photo: MNA
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