A huge amount has been spent on the action sequence of Ajay Devgan’s ‘Bhuj: Pride of India’, which is going to release on this Independence Day. Sources related to the film have confirmed this. He told, “There are action sequences of Army and Airforce in the film. Huge budget has been invested to make them authentic and effective. Actually, during the time of 1971, the army had less weapons. Their training was also such that they were trained. There is less use of weapons and more use of brain.
The makers of the film also got help from the Indian Army. The original tank and the rest of the weapons were given to the makers. The exterior of the fighter plane was given to use. Art Direction’s team again designed the fighter planes themselves. One and a half to two crore rupees were spent in it. 300 junior artists were taken on board for the attack of 1800 Pakistani army. 1800 is being shown to him with the help of VFX. There are many such scenes throughout the film. Due to all these reasons, the makers have spent Rs 50 lakh on the shoot every day. A total of more than 100 days were shot.
Nora Fatehi has not only been hired for the dance number in the film, she also has an important role. Nora also represents the Indian Army in the film. Honey traps the Pak officer. He has a role in the first half. Sonakshi Sinha appears in the film from the second half. Helps Ajay Devgan’s character to make the runway. Sharad Kelkar played the role of Shivaji in ‘Tanhaji’. Here he is in the role of army officer hero. The role of Sanjay Dutt is very interesting. His character knows every move of the Pakistani army. The assistant who worked with the film’s director Abhishek Dudhaiya has been cast in the role of a Pak officer.