War: Hrithik Roshan & Tiger Shroff-starrer on 4DX- a unique experience | Republic World

War, starring Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff released in theatres on October 2, 2019. It received rave reviews from both critics and audiences alike. The movie created a havoc at the box office by breaking several records. Apart from normal screen releases, the film is also released in D-Box and 4DX theatres. War is the first film of the year to release on 4DX. Read to know more.

War on 4DX

The high octane action film was released on 4DX. It is the world’s first and leading 4D movie experience. It allows viewers with advanced, multi-sensory experience. It stimulates all five senses with high-tech motion seats and special effects. It includes fog, winds, bubbles, water, wind, scents and rain, in both 3D and 2D formats. As mentioned by the 4DX creator, it delivers precise and elaborate seat motions with the movie scenes. 4DX motion seats have a wide range of speed control, they also deliver precise vibrations to bring out real emotions and feelings.

In an interview with a daily, director Siddharth Anand talked about the film on 4DX. He said that the team was very clear from the start that they want to give Indian audiences a never seen before action. The movie has huge car sequences that see Hrithik and Tiger perform an adrenaline-pumping action stunt that has been entirely shot on ice. It was shot in Finland, in the Arctic Circle. He revealed that it is the first-ever film in the world to shoot an action sequence of this level in the Arctic. He added that they are looking forward to releasing the movie in 4DX and they strongly believe 4DX will be the best way to enjoy the film.

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