2013-09-06 11:58:29 - Mahabharat will be recognized for its magnificent costumes and larger than life sets. The set, designed by the veteran production designer Omung Kumar, is spread across 10 acres of land at Umargaon.
Mahabharat writes a new chapter on Indian Television
Grand Sets, real Locations and heavy Technology and graphics used
From Saas-Bahu Drama to the shows that deal with epic historical tales, small screen has certainly come a long way. From hiring various professionals from Hollywood/Bollywood, TV producers have left no stone unturned in the making of a movie. Of course, as the scope of the show increases, so does its budget. One of the most awaited shows and the most expensive television show Star Plus’ Mahabharat is all set to roll the curtains up this September 16th at 8.30 pm. Producer Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s cinematic interpretation will be approximately as expensive as a film’s box office record.
The crew had a mean
task of constructing floors on the land before creating the set up. The show has been shot at exotic locations across India like Kashmir, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Bedaghat, Ahmedabad etc. Makers have even gone further to places like Nepal, Sri Lanka to zero down on the perfect location.
Siddharth Kumar Tewary is sure that the epic will instantly capture the hearts of Indian audiences everywhere due to its grandeur and accuracy to detail. Making the show no less than a masterpiece, the makers have heavily invested in technology, for example Red camera’s which are used for movies worldwide are being used to shoot the epic. The production and creative team is of around 400 people, the graphics has more than 150-200 people working. The epic will have extensive use of visual effects and 3-D conversion; Mahabharat is all set to write a new chapter in today’s time and will be recognized for the technological breakthrough made on Indian television.
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