Director Abhishek Dudhaiya praises Ajay Devgan’s Bravery

Director Abhishek Dudhaiya told- Ajay Devgan extinguished the chandelier of the six-foot high lamp post with a stone in one go.
Image Credit: DB
Image Credit: DB

Ajay Devgan is back in his old action avatar from 'Bhuj: Pride of India'. Director Abhishek Dudhaiya said, "There is a scene in the film in which Pakistani fighter planes attack Bhuj airbase on the ground. To avoid that, the Indian Army had to douse the burning chandeliers on the buildings and lamp posts. Hit him with the foot. Had to extinguish the tax. Our fight master Peter tried dozens of times to do that, but he failed. I myself attempted it 20 to 30 times before Ajay sir came, but I also could not do it. Finally when Ajay Sir came. He has explained that shot, then he extinguished the stone in one go. He all clapped on the set after seeing it.

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Abhishek says – Shaktimaan were found in the 70s

Abhishek further adds, "The film is full of action. 50 percent of the scenes in the film are VFX and they are mostly done by Ajay Devgan himself. A body double is not used in this. In one scene, Ajay sir himself has done a heavy truck. Not only did he drive it, but also made it spin on its axis. Those trucks were not of today's era, but the trucks of Shaktimaan were found in the 70s. Their production had stopped 30 years ago.

Today's Trucks turn on their own axis, but Shaktimaan's truck has a lot of difficulty in turning. We had also tied him with a cable from the other side as a precaution. But during turning, the cable got uprooted. Ajay sir down from the seat He also fell down. Still, he managed to turn the truck 90 degrees.

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Image Credit: Bharat TV Live

There was a unit of 1250 people in Mandvi 

The film is based on the India-Pakistan war. Therefore, 12 to 15 Indian fighter planes have been made in it. Equally many Pakistani fighter planes have been made. Tanks have also been made in the same number. In the words of Abhishek, "Those tanks did not look less than the original tanks. We got some of the original tanks from the Indian Army as well. The film has cost a lot. In Mandvi, there was a unit of 1250 people. 180 fight masters came from Madras Equally were from Mumbai.

There was a team of female junior artists of 300 people and there were 250 crew members. The scene was such that the local people of Mandvi started setting up stalls outside the set for street food and gift items. Had even done some shopping for his family in Mumbai."

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