Blog By mariam | 20-07-18
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Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's name came into the limelight after the release of the film. But people hardly noticed how ambitiously the film was shot by Binod Pradhan. He had a huge contribution to the film but he was never given any importance. He distributed visuals that appealed to today's youth, the film had just about the perfect mix of story and visuals.
Om Shaanti Om was the highest-grossing movie of its time. Deepika Padukone's dubbed voice didn't get much credit for the film. Deepika Padukone, Mona Ghosh Shetty voiced the actress in both avatars as Shantipriya and Sandy and it was remarkable.
In the film Baahubali, credit was mostly given to Prabhas and Rajamouli but Sabu Cyril's work was largely unnoticed which deserved more praise.
A film that shook everyone by its VFX effects. director Rajamouli and actor Prabhas work was more appreciated, But it was Sabu Cyril's production design which made film so beautiful and blockbuster.
This film was famous for its music. A veteran film editor, Bhatia has edited more films than many have seen in her lifetime. She did a great job in this film which in turn didn't give her much appreciation.
Aarti Bajaj edited the story line and made it from stupid to genius. The editor faced her biggest challenge in weaving a film out of Imtiaz Ali's film somehow tying all loose ends together. She was successful, however, reading the original screenplay - the film's final edit was much better.
This film credit was given to its debut Director Karan Johar, but failed to recognise Roy's detailed set design. It was a big surprise that she went on to do Karan Johar's first film. From college set to a Saajan ji ghar aaye song set - Sharmishta Roy made everything very classy and attractive.
Lagaan was nominated in Oscar, people forgot how a large part of the credit for how the film looked, went to Anil Mehta. Anil is one of the finest cinematographers alive in Bollywood, Anil Mehta made jaws drop with the way he shot the song Ghanana Ghanan, making the camera mobile among all the village characters. Such a pure celebration.