Janakrosh (2019)

 ●  Hindi ● 4 mins

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Janakrosh is the action-packed story of a common man angry with himself for doing the wrong thing.

Crew: Prashast Singh (Director), Prashast Singh (Director of Photography), Prashast Singh (Music Director)

Genres: Action

Release Dates: 15 Aug 2019 (India), 15 Aug 2019 (United Kingdom), 15 Aug 2019 (United States)

Hindi Name: जनाक्रोश

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Did you know? Prashast Singh shot the film with a smartphone and became enraged when the battery died during the shoot. Read More
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Stunt Director
Film Type:
Short Film
Language:
Hindi
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
60 fps
Aspect Ratio:
16:9
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist

Music Director: Prashast Singh
Lyricist: Prashast Singh
Playback Singer: Prashast Singh

Music Director: Prashast Singh
Lyricist: Prashast Singh
Playback Singer: Prashast Singh

Music Director: Prashast Singh
Lyricist: Prashast Singh
Playback Singer: Prashast Singh

Music Director: Prashast Singh
Lyricist: Prashast Singh
Playback Singer: Prashast Singh
Trivia:
Prashast Singh punched more than a hundred times with his bare fist on a wall for an action sequence. He, however, couldn't retain all of that in the final cut keeping in mind the duration.

The film was shot at 30 frames per second, but the final cut was converted to 60 frames per second.

This was the first time Prashast Singh shot with a printed copy of the screenplay. He, however, made improvised changes during the editing process.

This is Prashast Singh's second film to get a Blu-ray release after Master of Stunts (2019).

Prashast Singh got hit in his jaw for real while performing a fall. This was a totally unscripted moment that made it to the final cut.

Prashast Singh wanted to shoot the film in rain, but had to proceed without it as he was running out of time to complete the shoot.

Prashast Singh used a song he didn't originally compose for the film.

It was earlier planned as a film about educational corruption.

Prashast Singh shot the film with a smartphone and became enraged when the battery died during the shoot.

The film's release date coincides with the Indian independence day.

Only one still from the film was released.

The trailer featured shots that were not included in the final cut.