“2024”, a 60-minute action thriller, takes place in Mumbai and follows the journey of four young people who grew up in an orphanage in Dharavi.
Posted on 11/24/21, 5:32 AM
We’ve seen Hollywood directors use the iPhone to make movies and documentaries, such as Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane, Sean Baker’s Tangerine, and Jay Alvarez’s Play With the Phrase Another. It’s time for the OnePlus 9 Pro 5G to be tested. OnePlus has teamed up with Bollywood director Andolan Production Vikramaditya Motwane and Big Bad Wolf Studios and The Odd and Even Productions to produce a new feature film, 2024, a 60-minute action thriller shot entirely on OnePlus. 9 Pro 5G.
The film takes place in 2024, the story takes place in Mumbai and follows the journey of four young people who grew up together in an orphanage in Dharavi and face the challenges of surviving a virus epidemic. As a result of the mutated virus, their city is in ruins with people rushing to find shelter. Directed by Rohin Raveendran Nair, the film stars Muskkaan Jasferi and Mayur More, best known for their roles on Netflix TV series such as Mismatched and Kota Factory, respectively. Also starring Tejiasvi Singh Ahlawat, Sharul Bhardwaj and Mihir Ahuja.
What makes the OnePlus 9 Pro 5G stand out is the Hasselblad camera collaboration, which promises to capture the right color temperature and high dynamic range. The OnePlus 9 Pro is said to offer a seamless shooting experience due to 8K 30 fps technology, superior HDR video recording, built-in image stabilization and support for 4K shooting at 120 frames per second. The camera setup includes advanced Nightscape Video 2.0 and allows the crew to capture bright and detailed video, even in harsh environments. Combined with DOL-HDR and ultra-wide camera, the camera system also allowed them to bring each frame to life with enchanting contrasts and exciting sequences.
You can watch the movie on Disney + Hotstar and judge for yourself.
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