HomeMovie NewsMaking Video Of Sudheer Babu's 'HUNT' Action Sequences Out Now

Making Video Of Sudheer Babu’s ‘HUNT’ Action Sequences Out Now

- Advertisement -

The makers of Sudheer Babu’s upcoming action thriller – Hunt, directed by Mahesh and produced by the Veteran V Ananda Prasad have unveiled the making video which emphasizes the breathtaking action sequences in the film.

The video starts with Sudheer introducing the world of action that is packed into Hunt. He describes the film as a proper raw and real action thriller. The director Mahesh adds that the action will be very realistic and visually compelling.

We see the team, including Sudheer himself training extensively and performing very risky stunts without any ropes or safety beds. It is clearly seen that the scintillating action sequences in Hunt are all very real. This should give a new watching experience to the viewers on the big screens.

See also  We scrapped the remake film because of directors arrogance says Adivi Sesh

The team also describes how they shot a car accident sequence for real, without any CGI or VFX. We also get a glimpse of a very interesting chase sequence on Mime Gopi, and Sudheer.

It can be seen that ‘Premisthe’ fame Bharath is also performing several stunts in the film. He and Sudheer are seen with great physiques and watching them together in action should be interesting.

Renaud Favero and Bryan Viger who worked on several Marvel films and lastly on John Wick 4 have composed the action sequences for this film. These world class action compositions are sure to thrill the Telugu audience.

Hunt is announced for release on the 26th of January, marking the occasion of Republic Day. It promises a proper eye feast to action lovers.

See also  Kamal Haasan is quitting Bigg Boss Show

Follow on Google News Follow on Whatsapp

We are hiring passionate and enthusiastic content writers who can create original stories. If you are interested in full time, part time or freelancing, email us at jobs@tracktollywood.com. You need to work a 5 hour shift and be available to write articles. Kindly include your sample articles. Applications without sample articles will not be encouraged.

- Advertisement -

Trending Stories

Recent Stories