the first time, 240 cameras which could
cover at 360 degrees have been used. This
has not been tried even in Hollywood. For
some action scenes, which appear only for
barely 3 minutes, the sequence have been
shot for 27 days.
While Shankar’s earlier Hindi films
like Hum se hai Muqable and Hindustani did
well, we must be cautious this time. While
technical finesse is appreciated, the story
and treatment is region-specific. We only
hope the entertainment elements jell well
with the North Indian audiences. This film
should also help Vikram test the waters
with Bollywood audience. Good luck guys,
keep the flag flying high!