The film went on floors in Barsana near Mathura in November ‘16. The shooting venues along with Barsana and Nandgaon in Uttar Pradesh were also Bhopal for the final schedule. The authenticity of real locations of rural India and the hinterland provides the milieu to the story which borrows it’s soul from the villages of India. With the shoot now wrapped up and completed, the cast and crew are having serious withdrawal symptoms.
Toilet- Ek Prem Katha, a unique love story will see renown editor Shree Narayan Singh making his directorial debut, produced by Aruna Bhatia & Plan C Studios in association with Abuntuntia. The film releases worldwide on 2nd June, 2017, presented by Viacom 18 & KriArj Entertainment.