The film Bhuj: The Pride Of India from the time of Ajay Devgn is one of the most vile films of the war year. The trailer for the film was recently released and given the look, the film looks promising, as it also has some visual effects you’ve never seen before.
It is reported that the production cost of Abhish Dudhaiya’s direction is estimated at 130 million euros, which is a benchmark for making a film of this scale and in this genre. The trailer also saw the budget the film had to order.
Now, a report has finally revealed details of the massive budget invested in the film. A source close to Ajay Devgn’s film production team said: “Bhuj has many hard-working sequences mounted on an unbelievable scale. Each sequence had to be seen as a micro-project in itself. Making these sequences cost the makers some sort of bomb. in one the film was split into these units and then joined together to make the film Bhuj: The Pride Of India “.
The source also said: “In the film there is a sequence that shows how the Army used water force to fight enemies and destroy a bridge. This scene was filmed in the city of cinema, where they managed to pump thousands of liters of water through a hydraulic system, hydroelectric power Apparently, the makers weren’t happy with the scene created earlier using visual effects, so they decided to shoot it again to make it real. “
The report also quoted the source as saying, “Aside from the visual effects used to show battle scenes, officials used fighter jets and a giant tank with more than 600 young artists used to show the army for every 2,000 artists. It is important to create a budget of over 50 lakh rupees. that he had every day. “
“There’s an action-packed scene in the film where Ajay Devgn’s characters find out that guns and ammunition enter the country in pistol bags with red peppers. This scene was filmed using 100 kilograms of red peppers scattered on the ground against Devgn’s fighting terrorists. it was difficult and yet Ajay dared all this and continued to give his best without any complaints, ”the source reported.
Apart from Ajay Devgn, Bhuj: The Pride Of India also stars Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharad Kelkar and Nora Fatehi.
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