The film which has everyone's attention at the moment is Yash starrer 'KGF'. The Prashant Neel directorial has been doing a phenomenal job at the box office and there seems to be no stopping the juggernaut that the Kannada film has become. One of the best aspects of the movies are scenes featuring the Kolar Gold Fields and the lives of thousands of slaves living there. Now, here is a look at how these incredible sequences were executed.
Taking to Twitter, the makers of KGF released a video where they discuss at length one of the biggest plus points in the movie, the junior artists. The video shows literally thousands upon thousands of them on set and how they were rallied together and were asked to emote in front of the camera. It is amazing to see that they had one special supervisor just to coordinate all these artists other than the director and other crew members. Yash also features in the clip as he reveals how well they were taken care of with food on set after they set up a makeshift catering service for them. Not only that, but there were also ambulances always present on set as the shooting took place in precarious conditions.
The director also thanked the producers of the film in particular for, without their humongous backing, none of this would have been a possibility. With more stunning visuals of the artists on sets, the director ends with a teasing line as he says that with chapter 1 they have halfway achieved what they set out to do. He added that as they will embark on Chapter 2, even they are excited to see what is in store for them.
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