The remaining two classes consisted of the military and villagers who were

The remaining two classes consisted of the military

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and ornaments. The remaining two classes consisted of the military and villagers who were spotted wearing normal cavalry costume and regular hand woven clothes respectively. Because this film was dubbed in various regional languages within India itself, the soundtrack varied from language to language. While the music was provided by M.M. Keeravani for all the versions, the singers for each song differed. Talking about the Hindi soundtrack, it featured some of the most talented singers of the Bollywood industry namely- Kailash Kher, Neeti Mohan, Palak Muchhal, Daler Mehndi and more. With a total of twelve songs, this entire album had a length of about 43:56. Focusing on the lighting in the film, I think this series used some really powerful and technically sound lighting. One can find an array of different colours being projected all throughout the film. With its fair share of dark and grey parts that have a definite depth in them, we also witness colourful sequences that amplify the
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Dhandhania 3 joy and emotions. The climax for example is heavily based on lighting in which something as simple as the colour of the sky played a big role. Lastly I would like to talk about the sets and special effects used in the film. Production designer Sabu Cyril and production artist Pratik Raka were the main people instrumental towards these advancements. Sabu personally created 10,000 different types of weaponry and armours required by the soldiers. Keeping in mind the need for durability and light-weightiness of the weapons and armours, they were made in carbon fibre and flexi foam instead of steel. A dedicated team of thirty artists came up with over 15,000 storyboard sketches (the highest for any Indian film) of the set in order to meet the vision of Rajamouli. They took the image in 2D and started painting on it like 3D
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  • Fall '13
  • Lacrampe,Jean-Pierre
  • Bollywood, Cinema of India, Director SS Rajamouli

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