Robotic camera for action sequence in Fahadh Faasil's 'Trance'

Anwar Rasheed is the director, producer and cinematographer of the film, that is scripted by Vadakkan Vincent.
Robotic camera for action sequence in Fahadh Faasil's 'Trance'
Robotic camera for action sequence in Fahadh Faasil's 'Trance'
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Trance, the Malayalam film featuring Fahadh Faasil, will have an action sequence that will be shot using a robotic camera that is generally used in Hollywood films. This all-important action sequence will be choreographed by Supreme Sundar of Varathan and Swathandryam Ardharathriyil fame.

The first look poster of Trance was released a few months ago.

Directed by Anwar Rasheed, Trance has been scripted by Vadakkan Vincent. Anwar Rasheed is also producing the film under his banner Anwar Rasheed Entertainments, with Fahadh in the lead and actors Vinayakan, Soubin Shahir, Chemban Vinod, Sreenath Bhasi and filmmaker Alphonse Puthran playing supporting characters. Apart from directing and producing the film, Anwar Rasheed is also handling the camera.

Earlier, when the film was announced, there were reports that Fahadh plays a priest in it but the filmmakers are keeping every other detail about it under wraps.

It may be mentioned here that Fahadh Faasil and Anwar Rasheed has earlier teamed up for one of the segments in the anthology Anju Sundarikal and this is their second venture together. Anwar is directing a film after a gap of seven years. The last film he directed was the Dulquer Salmaan starrer Ustad Hotel which released in 2012.

Fahadh’s last two releases had mixed reactions. While Varathan was hailed for its surprising action sequences by some, others had a problem with the unrealistic shift of character played by Fahadh.

The other more recent release, Kumbalangi Nights, however, won him praise from all quarters, for playing smoothly the antagonist who in a different circumstance would have sounded ‘heroic’. Kumbalangi Nights won quite a lot of positive reviews from critics and audiences, for its most natural telling of a story of four brothers who were as distant to each other as they would be close when circumstances called for it.

(Content provided by Digital Native)

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