How fast can a shot be captured for a film? Well, if you ask Ajay Devgn and Priyadarshan then they would say that it is possible in 10 seconds flat. This is what they experienced during the making of 'Tezz' when the entire 'scene setting' was required to be completed in 10 seconds and that too with massive crowd in a real location.
Reveals a source from the production crew, "There is a shot in 'Tezz' where a train arrives at the platform, doors slide open for just a few seconds and Ajay Devgn is supposed to step out of the train. Since it was a guerrilla shoot, Ajay and all extras waited for the train just like regular passengers. Once the train came and the doors opened, Ajay along with all extras got inside the train. Priyan Sir then immediately called for action and Ajay had to step out of the train and give his shot before the train doors closes again. This gave him exactly 8-10 seconds to enter the train, and then as per the scene requirement, exit the train."
Well, now that the film is running in theatres, we would like to see for ourselves how effective the shot indeed turned out to be. What would be challenging though is to spot these 10 seconds in the two hour long film.