The makers set a milestone by shooting a sequence which normally requires 200 people to shoot by shooting with a minimum crew of 20 people !

Sumedh Mudhgalkar and Mallika Singh starrer RadhaKrishn, the magical tale of mythology has everyone glued to the television screens. People are in love with the chemistry of the two and we have seen Krishn’s journey in the show. The show recently launched its second chapter titled ‘RadhaKrishn – Krishn Arjun Gatha’ which revolves around the friendship between Krishn and Arjun. Kinshuk Vaidya is seen essaying the role of Arjun in the show and is all set to win the hearts of audience.

Siddharth Kumar Tewary, producer and creator of the show is known for his larger than life and lavish sets and epic storytelling. While the second chapter and the upcoming track of the show is all set to create history in creating biggest event in Hindu mythology where Krishn finds his saarthi in Arjun at Draupadi’s grand swayamvar. Audience will soon witness the beginning of Krishn and Arjuns’ journey how their friendship blossoms in the coming episodes.

With the upcoming track of the show where Draupadi’s grand swayamvar will take place, the makers have created a history yet again but this time with just 20 people on sets. The lavish sets and the grand swayamvar sequence was shot with minimum crew members and with utmost precautions on the sets regarding the social distancing norms, revealed the source close to production house.

Speaking about the same, Kinshuk Vaidya who essays the pivotal role of Arjun added, “It feels great to be back on the sets and started to have shooting again. With the precautions that are being taken by the government guidelines , we are shooting with bare minimum staff on the sets. Everyone is working twice as hard and with our show being a mythologocial show, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes. We are currently shooting a major chunk for the show where the viewers will witness Krishn choosing his Saarthi – Arjun and for the same the makers have worked so hard in terms of creating an extravagant set together with creating major VFX effects. I would like to take this opportunity to thank and appreciate the makers for all the efforts they are putting in the show.”

The entire sequence was shot in chunks with separate artists and minimum crew members but with the latest technology and VFX the final outcome will be even more grand. It takes a team to pull of something like this on such grand scale.

Kudos to team RadhaKrishn – Krishn Arjun Gatha!

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