Apoorva Lakhia, the director of the remake of Zanjeer has reportedly shot the most expensive scene for the film. it is understood that it took around two months for the preparations of this particular scene and the entire shoot has gone quite well and as expected.
The reports say that the scene was shot with around 2000 huts and numerous cars as a backdrop. The scene targets the protagonist Ram Charan driving through the slum and destroying it altogether. The slum allegedly belongs to oil mafias.
Ram Charan, who makes his Bollywood debut with this film runs all over the slum of 2000 huts and destroys it entirely. The scene required a huge space and to make it realistic it took efforts of two months, which was shot with as many as eight cameras from different angles.
The director made it sure that nothing goes wrong with this scene. The coordination of eight cameras was not going to be easy at all. It required a lot of planning which the people did put in.
It was a five-day shoot at Film City in Mumbai and was quite an experience for everyone.