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Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Fursat’ becomes the first Indian film shot on iPhone, Apple publishes it on the homepage

Apple started this ‘shot on iPhone trend with the music video of Selena Gomez’s 2019 song Lose You to Love me. The song’s video was shot with iPhone 11.

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New Delhi: Ishaan Khattar and Wamiqa Gabbi’s Fursat is India’s first film shot on iPhone. Released today, the movie proved that the camera isn’t all that.

Vishal Bhardwaj’s science fiction is creating a buzz in not only the film industry but also in the technology sector. The main reason for this is that the movie was shot on iPhone 14 pro.

Fursat, being a non-commercial film, has been released on YouTube. With this project, iPhone has once again proven its prowess in terms of camera technology.

Movie cinematographer Swapnil Sonawane told that even he wasn’t expecting iPhone to handle the complicated shooting so well.

Fursat is a 30 minutes long non-commercial movie, which has all elements of a Bollywood movie. The story revolves around Ishaan Khattar, who is a time traveler, and his race against time to save his lover Wamiqa. Wamiqa is getting engaged on a train that will be attacked by dacoits in no time.

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The movie is set in Rajasthan. With excellent quick cuts to depict the different time sequences, to the usage of dance to showcase the emotions, the movie checks all the boxes of a magical storytelling experience.

Apple has also published the project on its official website’s homepage.

Apple started this ‘shot on iPhone trend with the music video of Selena Gomez’s 2019 song Lose You to Love me. The song’s video was shot with iPhone 11.

Expanding the trend globally, Apple collaborated with director Peng Fei for a short movie called Chinese New Year: Through the five passes, which was shot on iPhone 13 Pro.

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