GoPro collaborated with “Malang” to deliver intense action shot using HERO7 Black

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GoPro has collaborated with Bollywood’s new movie “Malang” which will soon hit the silver screen on February 7, 2020, to deliver a classic, tumultuous love story packed with intense action, which prompted director Mohit Suri to enlist the help of GoPro action camera.

The movie has new crazy adventurous outings and endearing love moments that was shot right from HERO7 Black. Those shots include kite surfing in picturesque waters and cruising on scooters, all of which skillfully characterizes the chemistry between lead actors Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani. The rugged, waterproof design paired with HyperSmooth stabilization delivers cinematic footage that brings the action and adventure to life as the film travels across iconic destinations in Goa and Mauritius.

Director Mohit Suri, says, “Malang is as much about fun, travel and adventure as it is about action, romance and intense drama. We have managed to capture a lot of this adventure and excitement using the GoPro cameras. A versatile camera like this lets us get up close and personal with the action happening and almost makes the viewer feel like they’re a part of all the fun. I’m sure the audience will love this unique perspective which we were able to get by using GoPro cameras”

Outside of the adrenaline-fueled moments, Aditya Roy Kapur’s character is also shown documenting his life experiences on a GoPro.

GoPro enables people to capture and share their passions,” says Todd Ballard, Chief Marketing Officer for GoPro. “Our cameras not only let you capture extreme outdoor and sports activities but also are capable of recording more personal, travel experiences and simple daily life adventures. A GoPro camera goes places where a smartphone or DSLR can’t. It is amazing to see that our pocket-sized 4K camera footage has made its way into a leading Bollywood-grade movie production. Malang is raising the bar of unique content for next-gen Indian movies.”dgets to 8K TVs and some mind-boggling releases.

Shintu Dhang
Exploring the Techy side of Exhibit Magazine as Tech Editor. He specializes in smartphones, laptops and wearables, but loves to experiment with anything that comes across his desk. He has been writing about gadgets since the last 7 years. He is always on the hunt for new gadgets and loves to rip things apart to see how they work.

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