The new movie “Jawan,” starring Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan, has six different action directors from all over the world for some heart-pounding scenes.
According to a close source to the project, said Jawan’s action has been choreographed by six of the biggest action directors globally which includes Spiro Razatos, Yannick Ben, Kecha Khamphakdee, Craig Macrae, Sunil Rodrigues and Anal Arasu.
In “Jawan,” the aggregate experience of these directors is being used to create a wide variety of action formats, such as hand-to-hand fights, thrilling bike scenes, pulse-pounding truck and automobile chases, and much more.
This partnership marks a significant turning point in Indian cinema. The collaboration of six different action directors in “Jawan” is poised to provide viewers with an unmatched cinematic experience. This combination of skills guarantees that the action scenes are not only visually stunning but also distinctively diversified, offering a new and interesting perspective on the genre.
The action directors who contributed to “Jawan” have a distinguished background in both Hollywood and different Indian cinema industries.
Let’s meet the different action directors
Hollywood action film director Spiro Razatos, known for his work on blockbusters like “The Fast and the Furious” and “Captain America,” adds his mastery of fast-paced action to the movie. His prior work on “Ra One,” which is renowned for its ground-breaking VFX and action sequences, further demonstrates his outstanding knowledge.
As a seasoned Parkour instructor, Yannick Ben has choreographed action for Hindi, Telugu, and Hollywood films alike. With roles in films like “Transporter 3,” “Dunkirk,” “Raees,” and “Tiger Zinda Hai,” Yannick gives the action scenes in the movie a distinctive twist.
Craig Macrae, the creative force behind the action scenes in classic films like “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” contributes his knowledge to “Jawan.” Macrae has made contributions to films like “WAR,” and his talent for creating jaw-dropping action sequences is apparent.
The skilled English stunt director Kecha Khamphakdee has established himself in several Indian film industries thanks to his work on films like “Thuppakki,” “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion,” and “Baaghi 2.” His wealth of knowledge infuses “Jawan” with more excitement.
With a focus on action sequence conceptualization, design, and production, Sunil Rodrigues has directed noteworthy action scenes in blockbusters like “Shershaah,” “Sooryavanshi,” and “Pathan.”
Anal Arasu, a well-known action choreographer in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam films, contributes his skills to “Jawan.” With roles in films like “Sultan,” “Kaththi,” and “Kick,” he is guaranteed to increase the action factor in the movie.
Jawan – more than just a film
Jawan is more than just a movie, it is a fusion of skills, traditions, and outstanding cinema. Produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and directed by Atlee, is proof of how effective teamwork can be in producing a memorable cinematic experience. “Jawan” is slated for release on September 7th, 2023, in Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil languages, and it seems to be a turning point in the development of action-packed entertainment for the big screen. The six action directors working together will take fans on an exciting journey that will leave them desiring more.