With its virtual fan event Tudum, Netflix India has raised its game. The global fan event recently released Netflix Tudum: India Spotlight, a collection of 10 fresh new forthcoming films on the streaming platform.
The virtual fan event, which was hosted by Ali Fazal and Radhika Apte and featured a 30-minute film, provided us a sneak peek at all ten new projects coming out in the coming months.
Heavy VFX game
Netflix India’s Tudum event was a success, with teases, songs, and sneak peeks at what fans may expect. Dhamaka, a film starring Kartik Aaryan, kicked off the fan event. The film will be available on Netflix, and the actor gave a brief glimpse into his role as a news anchor in an emotional short trailer.
“It’s a VX-heavy film. To catch each nuance, the filmmakers used numerous cameras and different audio outputs – there were 21 microphones on set. The film was shot in ten days on a single set, with B-Roll (secondary material) being shot simultaneously.
Dhamaka depicts a bomb at the Bandra-Worli Sea Link since the film is a remake of the Korean film Terror Live, which features a sequence of a bridge being blown away. Kartik plays Arjun Pathak, a journalist and anchor with Bharosa TV who is attempting to save his name and a mark on his professional record in this situation.
Have a Look At The Dhamaka Promo
Madhuri Dixit’s first appearance as superstar Anamika Anand was shown in the Tudum clip, and she is all prepared to invade the web world with Finding Anamika. Another highlight of the video is a humorous banter between Plan A Plan B stars Riteish Deshmukh and Tamannaah Bhatia, as well as the first look at Raveena Tandon and Ashutosh Rana’s Aranyak.
Tudum : India Spotlight
The first song from Meenakshi Sundareshwar, starring Sanya Malhotra and Abhimanyu Dassani, has been released. Sanjay Leela Bhansali claimed that the idea for Heeramandi, his first web series, came to him 14 years ago and will be set in Lahore during the pre-Independence era. The teaser for Vishal Bhardwaj’s Khufiya, starring Tabu, Ali Fazal, Wamiqa Gabbi, and Ashish Vidyarthi, is a must-see.