Bollywood News Desk – South’s superstar Prabhas is in the news these days for his soon-to-be-released film ‘Salaar’. If sources are to be believed, more than 750 vehicles have been used in this film of Prabhas and these vehicles have been made especially for this film. Not only ‘Salaar’ but Bollywood’s action director Rohit Shetty or Abbas Mastan, who made films like ‘Race’, all have used vehicles extensively in their films. In Bollywood movies, we have always seen scenes like ‘cars colliding with each other’, ‘cars flying in the air after being shot’, ‘villain’s cars falling into a ditch due to a collision with the hero’s car’. So let us know whether vehicles worth crores of rupees are really destroyed during action scenes during the shooting of films or is any special trick adopted for this.
Big expensive vehicles are used during shooting in Bollywood films. Among these cars, Mercedes-Benz SL has been the most favorite car of the directors. After ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, this car has been used in many films. Apart from this, many cars from Scorpio to BMW are seen in Hindi films. In the initial days, the logo of these vehicles was hidden, but now due to the tie-up with big companies, the company name of the vehicles is clearly visible on the screen.
Usually the cars used in films to show style, new trends and richness of characters are new. But when vehicles are used for fight scenes, Bollywood saves crores of rupees by using a simple trick. In fact, during action and fight scenes, old vehicles are bought from garages at scrap prices and with the help of automobile designers, they are painted and presented as if they were new vehicles. These vehicles are used to prevent ‘falling into a ditch’. This is done for film scenes like ‘cars flying with bombs or guns’ or ‘cars flying with bombs or guns’. During these scenes, experts prepare the vehicles in such a way that they do not explode and cause any accident. Many times body doubles of actors are used in place of actors for difficult scenes.
For example, if the accident scene of Arshad Warsi’s character is to be shown, then first of all the scene of Arshad sitting in a blue colored BMW is shot. After shooting this scene, the blue colored BMW is shown in a long shot from a distance. goes . A car accident scene in which a person is sitting in what looks like a car and then the bloodied face of Arshad Warsi is seen on the steering wheel of a BMW in the close lens of the camera, this accident scene is presented in this way The audience feels as if Arshad Warsi’s character has met with an accident.
Vehicles taken for accidents mostly become useless after being used once. But many times the famous car lover Rohit Shetty keeps the cars bought and designed for his films with himself. Obviously, the old vehicles used for the accident are not used, but the vehicles used for the rest of the scenes are once again given a new color and prepared for the next films.
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