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  • Lagaan is one of the epic films that came out from Indian cinema made by Ashutosh Gowarikar reflected Patriotism for modern India using Cricket as a tool. Aamir khan acted as the protagonist and also produced the film which created history not just in India but outside the country as well by getting nominated for Oscars. 
The movie was shot in villages of Bhuj, Gujarat. Bhuj was later majorly effected in an earthquake on 26th January 2001, six months before the film was shot. Before the worldwide release of the film, Khan screened the film especially for the villagers of Bhuj, where the film was shot, then it was screened in China. The first cut of the film was 7 hours and 30 minutes long. Eventually, the film that was screened in the theatre was 3 hours 44 minutes long.
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#lagaan #aamirkhan #ashutoshgowariker #patriot #patriotism #india #british #history #cricket #oscars #victory #modernindian #filmmaking #bollywood #perfection #actors #village #independence #filmlove #doctorfilmlove
  • Lagaan is one of the epic films that came out from Indian cinema made by Ashutosh Gowarikar reflected Patriotism for modern India using Cricket as a tool. Aamir khan acted as the protagonist and also produced the film which created history not just in India but outside the country as well by getting nominated for Oscars.
    The movie was shot in villages of Bhuj, Gujarat. Bhuj was later majorly effected in an earthquake on 26th January 2001, six months before the film was shot. Before the worldwide release of the film, Khan screened the film especially for the villagers of Bhuj, where the film was shot, then it was screened in China. The first cut of the film was 7 hours and 30 minutes long. Eventually, the film that was screened in the theatre was 3 hours 44 minutes long.
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    #lagaan #aamirkhan #ashutoshgowariker #patriot #patriotism #india #british #history #cricket #oscars #victory #modernindian #filmmaking #bollywood #perfection #actors #village #independence #filmlove #doctorfilmlove

  •  24  0  14 hours ago
  • In Jodhaa Akbar, a particular focus was laid on jewellery, armors, weapons, and animals to ensure that the film truly reflected 16th-century royalties. There were numerous battle scenes in the movie, and it required a lot of streamlining of things for smooth execution. It had to be a specific depiction of Rajput and Mughal traditions of that era, and sources for extensive research included miniature paintings, Akbarnama, royal family scriptures, museum archives, and collection of royalties.

The makers tied up with Tanishq to mold around 400 kg of gold, precious and semi-precious stones like emeralds, pearls, ruby, tourmaline, and jade to recreate jewellery of the Mughal era. Aishwarya Rai went on record to say that the hardest part for her during the film was to wear her jewels, which weighed around 3.5 kgs. The director wanted to depict how women of that era lived and therefore did not compromise with it. A significant challenge was the difference in Mughal and Rajput jewellery, and even more daunting task was to create Jodhabai’s jewels since not many literary references are available for her. It was created with the idea that 16th-century Rajput women wore 12 pieces of jewellery starting with hairpins to the anklets.

The team hired three generations of artisans to work on the jewellery to ensure that they did not miss out on any detailing. The designs are mostly kundan and meenakari–inlay work common to Rajasthan and took time to be created since each piece needed the work of about five craftsmen. For thumb rings specifically, they had to find craftsmen to create it because the skill doesn’t exist today.

Further, even the minutest details such as Mughals using more pearls than the Rajputs, and Akbar’s favorite gem being emerald, the symbol of power, were taken care of. All the efforts came together beautifully on screen, and each scene in the film was full of elegance, depicting indeed how the era would have been back then. This was an essential component in making the film so believable and receiving praise from all over.
  • In Jodhaa Akbar, a particular focus was laid on jewellery, armors, weapons, and animals to ensure that the film truly reflected 16th-century royalties. There were numerous battle scenes in the movie, and it required a lot of streamlining of things for smooth execution. It had to be a specific depiction of Rajput and Mughal traditions of that era, and sources for extensive research included miniature paintings, Akbarnama, royal family scriptures, museum archives, and collection of royalties.

    The makers tied up with Tanishq to mold around 400 kg of gold, precious and semi-precious stones like emeralds, pearls, ruby, tourmaline, and jade to recreate jewellery of the Mughal era. Aishwarya Rai went on record to say that the hardest part for her during the film was to wear her jewels, which weighed around 3.5 kgs. The director wanted to depict how women of that era lived and therefore did not compromise with it. A significant challenge was the difference in Mughal and Rajput jewellery, and even more daunting task was to create Jodhabai’s jewels since not many literary references are available for her. It was created with the idea that 16th-century Rajput women wore 12 pieces of jewellery starting with hairpins to the anklets.

    The team hired three generations of artisans to work on the jewellery to ensure that they did not miss out on any detailing. The designs are mostly kundan and meenakari–inlay work common to Rajasthan and took time to be created since each piece needed the work of about five craftsmen. For thumb rings specifically, they had to find craftsmen to create it because the skill doesn’t exist today.

    Further, even the minutest details such as Mughals using more pearls than the Rajputs, and Akbar’s favorite gem being emerald, the symbol of power, were taken care of. All the efforts came together beautifully on screen, and each scene in the film was full of elegance, depicting indeed how the era would have been back then. This was an essential component in making the film so believable and receiving praise from all over.

  •  437  15  18 November, 2019
  • अब #बाजीराव मस्तानी पुत्र - #समशेर बहादूर के वंशजों ने भी पानिपत फिल्म का विरोध किया है ।
शमशेर बहादूर के वंशज फिलहाल मध्यप्रदेश बांदा के नबाब है ।  #नबाब शदाब अलि बहादूर जी ने पानिपत फिल्म मै संवाद के उपर आपत्ती जातायी है ।

#पानिपत 
#panipat 
#rejectfilmpanipat 
#marathariyasat

#PanipatTrailer 
Sanjay Dutt Arjun Kapoor Kriti Sanon #AshutoshGowariker #SunitaGowariker #RohitShelatkar Shibasish Sarkar #VisionWorldFilm Reliance Entertainment Zee Music Company Avinash Gowariker #CKMuraleedharan Nitin Chandrakant Desai Neeta Lulla #PadminiKolhapure Mohnish Bahl #ZeenatAman Sahil salathia

https://youtu.be/CYK1Za8l5ms
  • अब #बाजीराव मस्तानी पुत्र - #समशेर बहादूर के वंशजों ने भी पानिपत फिल्म का विरोध किया है ।
    शमशेर बहादूर के वंशज फिलहाल मध्यप्रदेश बांदा के नबाब है । #नबाब शदाब अलि बहादूर जी ने पानिपत फिल्म मै संवाद के उपर आपत्ती जातायी है ।

    #पानिपत
    #panipat
    #rejectfilmpanipat
    #marathariyasat

    #PanipatTrailer
    Sanjay Dutt Arjun Kapoor Kriti Sanon #AshutoshGowariker #SunitaGowariker #RohitShelatkar Shibasish Sarkar #VisionWorldFilm Reliance Entertainment Zee Music Company Avinash Gowariker #CKMuraleedharan Nitin Chandrakant Desai Neeta Lulla #PadminiKolhapure Mohnish Bahl #ZeenatAman Sahil salathia

    https://youtu.be/CYK1Za8l5ms

  •  23  1  18 November, 2019
  • Bollywood Fever presents the Oscar-nominated ‘Lagaan: Once upon a time in India’* *WHEN: Saturday 23rd November 2019*
*Venue : Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon. CR9 1QE * *Tickets from £13 - £38 from www.bollywoodfever.co.uk*

Bollywood Fever brings the Oscar-nominated LAGAAN back to the big screen with LIVE DANCE choreographed by the award winning SHIAMAK U.K. & AAKASH ODEDRA COMPANY 
Pre-screening live music concert immersive Virtual Reality Cricket Activation, Bollywood Dance workshops, Photo Booth, Mehndi & children's face painting. 
Doors open at 4:00pm with concert starting 4:30pm sharp. Screening commences 6:30pm 
Tickets available from: 
the link in our bio* 
#lagaan18years #lagaan #ashutoshgowariker #aamirkhan #bollywood #easterneye #bollywoodfeveruk
  • Bollywood Fever presents the Oscar-nominated ‘Lagaan: Once upon a time in India’* *WHEN: Saturday 23rd November 2019*
    *Venue : Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon. CR9 1QE * *Tickets from £13 - £38 from www.bollywoodfever.co.uk*

    Bollywood Fever brings the Oscar-nominated LAGAAN back to the big screen with LIVE DANCE choreographed by the award winning SHIAMAK U.K. & AAKASH ODEDRA COMPANY
    Pre-screening live music concert immersive Virtual Reality Cricket Activation, Bollywood Dance workshops, Photo Booth, Mehndi & children's face painting.
    Doors open at 4:00pm with concert starting 4:30pm sharp. Screening commences 6:30pm
    Tickets available from:
    the link in our bio*
    #lagaan18years #lagaan #ashutoshgowariker #aamirkhan #bollywood #easterneye #bollywoodfeveruk

  •  22  3  15 November, 2019

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