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Wild Dog Shot In 70 Days In 300 Locations

Wild Dog Shot In 70 Days In 300 Locations

King Nagarjuna's Wild Dog is all set to greet the audience in the theaters on April 2nd as Summer Special.

The team has completed the shooting in seventy working days flat even though the shoot included canning a sequence at Rohtang Pass, Manali under sub-zero temperature.

The team checked over 300 locations in six months and planned every schedule to the last detail. Hence, they were able to complete the shoot in flat 70 days. They also shot some portion of the film during the Lockdown.

They shot in places like Shimla during the Lockdown. These were the places supposed to be bustling with tourists but wore a deserted look.

While shooting at Rohtang Pass, they shot at an elevation of more than 13,000 feet which was not easy for the actors to adapt.

The team also had an Army Officer on the sets all the time so that the Body language of the team who plays NIA officers in the film is perfect.

A newcomer Ahishor Solomon directs the film which is based on a real-incident that happened in Hyderabad.

However, after watching the film’s trailer it doesn’t look the entire shoot was wrapped in just 70 working days.

With the kind of action involved, it’s a massive task to complete the production works in such short period. The kind of preparation and meticulous planning might have helped making their job easy.

Nagarjuna awed with his action in the film’s trailer which got thumping response from all the corners.

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