Monstrous numbers for action sequence

Monstrous numbers for action sequence

Tinu has worked on the action sequences for Veer and the film, say sources, has been his most challenging yet.

Reveals a source, “The action sequences involved 100s of fighters, elephant, camels and cavillary and a 1000 plus horses. There are also larger-than-life sequences such as a train robbery and a full-fledged war on the battlefield with a combat between troops of warriors.”
Now, that surely sounds like a monstrous number to handle but Tinu seems to have gone in depth into researching every single aspect of it. Confirms a source, “Tinu Verma has put in a lot of research into the action sequences of the film. Tinu researched the attitude of warriors, their body language and the manner in which they fought.”
Tinu Verma also trained Salman and his Pindhari clan in the art of sword-fighting and horse-riding.

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