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Watch for: High octane action in Pawan Kalyan's Sardaar Gabbar Singh
The makers of Pawan Kalyan-starrer Telugu actioner \"Sardaar Gabbar Singh\", which is slated for release in theatres on April 8, have used over 100 fighters for a crucial action block around the interval time.
The makers of Pawan Kalyan-starrer Telugu actioner "Sardaar Gabbar Singh", which is slated for release in theatres on April 8, have used over 100 fighters for a crucial action block around the interval time.
"Approximately 80 to 120 fighters are used for this special sequence. The fight plays a significant role in the film as it changes the entire mood of the film and sets a new tone. The movie, which runs on entertainment mode until the interval, enters into serious mode post-interval," read a statement.
Tipped to be a treat for action lovers, the film promises to give audiences value for the buck.
"The film's fight episodes are very well-conceived, smartly written and meticulously executed, thus making 'Sardaar Gabbar Singh' a good action film that action-lovers should look out for," the statement added.
"And if these are not just enough, high-end camera equipment like Phantom Dolly, Hexacopter flying cameras and Gimbal cameras have been used to enhance the experience of action scenes," the statement further added.