Sunil Lahiri, who plays Laxman in TV's most famous religious show Ramayana, has given more information about Laxman and Meghnad war in his next video. He spoke on the last scene of the war sequence. In this case, the actor told how Meghnad's head gets severed by Laxman. Sunil has given information about the special technique of cinema used in this scene. While talking about this scene, he said, 'In yesterday's episode Meghnad's neck is cut and it falls down while speaking, that shot was a statistic. The part below the neck was covered with chroma and that shot was taken.'
He added, 'After this when the background is moved up, it seems that the neck is falling down. This is a very old technique of cinema.' The actor said about the technique, 'About 60-70 years ago when outdoor shooting was not possible, this kind of technique was used. That technique still works today. At that time when we tell that a car is going on the road and we used to shoot the car in the studio by shooting it and moving the shot of that street in the background. So it seemed that the train was running on the road.' Sunil also mentioned a praise used in the Ramayana.
Sunil said that the praise was recorded by Ravindra Jain through a singer. But when Ravindra Bhai repeated that praise during the shooting, everyone was very much liked. Later the praise sung by Ravindra Ji was used. Earlier, Sunil had told that the war episode of Laxman-Meghnad had created a world record. It was viewed by around 7.77 billion people. Sunil Lahiri said in his video this time that the number was not 77.7 billion but 77.7 billion which he had mistakenly called 7.77.
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