Vivek Chhetri, TT: After Bollywood and Tollywood stars, Telugu actor Ravi Teja is in Darjeeling town to shoot for Raja-The Great.
The film is produced by Dil Raju under Sri Venkateswara Creation banner and its crew will traverse across the hills for over fortnight.
Anil Ravipudi, the director of the film, said more than 30 per cent of the film would be shot in Darjeeling.
Ravi was seen shaking a leg during the shoot at the parking complex at Lebong Cart Road in Darjeeling on Tuesday, along with the film's leading lady, Mehreen Pirzada, whose last release was Phillauri.
Teja said: "This is the first Telegu film which is being shot here. Darjeeling has beautiful locations and the people here are very friendly."
Sources said the shooting would take place at Mayfair Hotel, Mirik Lake and surrounding tea gardens, Sukna, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Tenzing Rock, Triveni, Ghoom, Chowrasta, Mall Road and at Shrubbery Nightingale Park.
Sources said Ravi would be playing the character of a blind man.