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Crashh director Kushal Zaveri: Working with Hanoz Kerawala was a great experience

Crashh director Kushal Zaveri, who happens to be a good friend of Hanoz Kerawala, shared his working experience in an interaction.

Hanoz Kherawala/picture courtesy: PR

Crash, Alt Balaji’s upcoming web series, which has the directorial staff – Hanoz Kerawala, Kushal Zaveri, Preeti Gupta, and Neel Pramod Pathak is all set to hit the web. Speaking about the show, it stars Kunj Anand, Aditi Sharma, Rohan Mehra, and Anushka Sen. The story highlights the life of 4 siblings and their journeys. The web series is set to release on 14 February 2021.    

Crashh director Kushal Zaveri, who happens to be a good friend of Hanoz Kerawala, shared his working experience, and was quoted saying, “Working with him was a great experience, He is focused at his work also very witty. He’s got a vision and he follows that. We made Gumraah together in 2012 which was a game-changer at that point. He has done a really good job for Crashh as well. I am hoping it helps all of us grow.”  

The director further added, “Hanoz Kerawala, the director of photography behind Crashh, is one truth of a gem because of his exceptional vision towards cinematography. Hanoz Kerawala for sure knows his way with the camera, as he was the one who started using a 5D camera, which was a difficult task at the time, however, he managed to shoot entire series with it. After that he received numerous projects, but as he says, he is very picky with the kind of work he engrosses himself into.”

When quizzed about the challenges times he faced during the shoot, Hanoz was quoted saying, “Crashh was kinda challenging as we had chosen all real locations in south Bombay to shoot & maximum sequences were in the night. So exposing all those old beautiful British structures in south Bombay at the night is very difficult as the buildings are not self-lit. So, I had to use expensive equipment & individual extra powerful lights which generally doesn’t come under the regular list of lights we use under production budget.”

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