Bejoy Nambiar reveals about the unconventional approach he opted for Dange; says, “I believe it has added a unique layer to the storytelling”

The makers of the much-anticipated bilingual saga Dange aka Por dropped its trailer earlier this week amid much fanfare which saw the actors and director Bejoy Nambiar in attendance. While revealing details about this upcoming actioner, the filmmaker shared insights into the unconventional approach taken for this project during a press conference. In an era where films are often dubbed to cater to multiple languages, Bejoy Nambiar decided to break the mould by simultaneously shooting Dange and Por in both Hindi and Tamil.

During the press conference, Bejoy Nambiar shared, “The decision to shoot the film in both Hindi and Tamil simultaneously was driven by the desire to capture the true essence of the story and maintain the authenticity. By employing distinct casts for each language was an intricate process that required meticulous planning. This method involved shooting each scene twice – once with the Hindi cast and then with the Tamil cast, ensuring a seamless integration of both versions. I believe it has added a unique layer to the storytelling.” The hard work, dedication, and synchronization invested in this process are put together for promising audiences a cinematic experience like never before.

Dange boasts of an ensemble cast which includes Harshvardhan Rane, Ehan Bhat, Nikita Dutta and TJ Bhanu playing the lead roles in the Hindi version. Whereas, the Tamil version Por features Arjun Das, Kalidas Jayram, TJ Bhanu and Sanchana Natarajan in the important roles. The film explores the intricate dynamics between two friends, whose paths diverge, igniting a fierce competition that takes centre stage over other relationships, including their friendship during the cultural festival of a college.

T-Series & Roox Media Present A T-Series Films & Getaway Pictures Production ‘Dange’ directed by Bejoy Nambiar. Produced By T-Series, Bejoy Nambiar, Prabhu Antony, Madhu Alexander. Dange aka Por will be out in theatres near you on March 1, 2024.

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