Saturday Sizzle - A single shot with 62 camera and time-freeze that wowed Indian audiences

A single shot with 62 camera and time-freeze that wowed Indian audiences

Features 4-Nov-2017 1:06 PM IST Murugan Comments

Over most of the Saturday sizzlers, what we have been glimpsing more is about director Shankar spearheading with technological bonanzas. This time, it is about a newfangled technology that he exhibited with 2002 hit movie ‘Boys’.

The film has a song ‘Ale Ale’, which had one particular shot, which wowed the entire Indian audiences. The song was shot in the beautiful backdrops of Bridestowe Estate Lavender Farm in Scottsdale, Tasmania and Australia.

During this particular sequence, where cinematographer Ravi K. Chandran imparted a new styled technology of linking 62 cameras and made a time freeze. This was highly appreciated by the technicians of entire Indian film fraternity.

Ravi K Chandran was able to do this along with the collaboration of Australian cinematographer Mark Ruff’s rig. Similarly, another song titled ‘Girlfriend’ had a girl in form of animation created by Mark Kobe, who had worked in CG works of Hollywood movies like Godzilla and Independence Day.



#Boys #Shankar #AleAle #Siddarth #Genelia #RaviKChandran #Bharath #MarkRuff #ARRahman #Thaman #Manikandan #Nakul

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