Bal Hanuman 2 to release in 3D on 14 May

MUMBAI: India‘s first 3D digital animation film Bal Hanuman 2 is all set to release on 14 May. The film would be released in only select theatres that are equipped with special projectors, the likes of which were used while screening the James Cameron epic, Avatar.

The film, directed by Pankaj Sharma, can be best viewed using a specs like one did watching Chhota Chetan. 

Bal Hanuman-2, that centres around Hanuman‘s childhood, explores adventurous childhood antics of Lord Hanuman.

Talking in detail about the filming of Bal Hanuman 2 to, Sharma says "In order to give depth to the film, every scene is filmed with two cameras, one from the right and the other from the left hand side. Later, both the footages are mixed and converted into digital prints or transferred to a Hard Disc. The whole process makes the budget double compared to a normal 2D film for example if one has a total footage of 1 lakh metres from a single camera, shooting with two cameras would result in a footage of 2 lakh metres. Naturally, tickets to see this film will be costly, but once you‘ve seen the result, you will not regret for the money you‘ve spent."

Pankaj Sharma had earlier directed Bal Ganesh, Bal Ganesh-2, Panga Gang (all for Shemaroo) and Bal Hanuman.

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