Multiple locations in Ipswich and parts of Suffolk have featured in a new Tollywood film. 

Film crews were spotted in the Suffolk town in October 2022, including in King Street and Old Ipswich Cemetery. 

Suffolk County Council's chambers are also spotted in the trailer for the film, titled Gandeevadhari Arjuna, as well as the University of Suffolk campus. 

Ipswich Star: The movie was shot in Ipswich in October 2022The movie was shot in Ipswich in October 2022 (Image: Newsquest)

The film was released in August and has a 5.7 rating on movie review website IMDB. 

Film Suffolk issued a callout for extras to feature in the production while crews were in Ipswich. 

Initially, 300 extras were set to be in the scenes in the town, before they asked for 180 more people. 

They were tasked with filming scenes as part of a United Nations summit. 

Other locations include The Cornhill and Nacton Shore, according to Screen Suffolk. 

It was one of several times film crews were seen in Ipswich last year.

Bengali cinema, also known as Tollywood, has more action than Bollywood films, which focus more on the romantic and comedy genre.