8K camera techonology to be introduced in India, with Prabhu Deva-Tamannaah starrer

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 29, 2017, 1:11 pm IST
Updated May 29, 2017, 1:12 pm IST
The film, christened 'Khamoshi,' also star Bhumika Chawla in Hindi.
Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah Bhatia.
 Prabhu Deva and Tamannaah Bhatia.

Mumbai: Tamannah Bhatia and Prabhudeva starrer ‘Khamoshi’ would be the first Indian film to be shot with an 8k camera. Indo-American director Chakri Toleti, who’s earlier given hits like ‘Don’ and ‘Unnaipol Oruvan,’ in South is known for his technical skills and is making his debut in Bollywood with this film, which is shot in three languages.

Chakri, who’s  filmed the Tamil version with Nayanthara and the Hindi version with Prabhudeva and Tamanaah, feels it's the best time to widen the story telling in India and it was Vashu Bhagnani's vision who wanted to introduce this technique despite the cost of the lenses going up for the same.

 

Since the dynamic range of each image increases, there's a special focus on costumes, make up and detailing on sets. The film, that's a thriller, would see Tammanah play the role of a deaf and mute woman and it's entirely shot in London. The film also boasts of an international crew right from the action director Stephen Richard to sound designer Valerio Cereni.

The film, which is called ‘Kolaiyuthir Kaalam’ in it’s Tamil version, will also star Bhumika Chawla in Hindi.

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