Superstar Shahrukh Khan informed that his upcoming film Ra.One will be made partly in 3D to attract the young crowd. "We are carrying out a test to convert some parts of the film in 3D. Prime Focus is doing it for us. They have got a technology by which the film can be converted into 3D format, even after it is shot. But there are some reservations about it," Shahrukh informed the reporters last evening during the theatrical trailer of the film.
"You have to shoot it in a certain way. The camera has to be steady. We are doing a test check. If it turns out to be good, then parts of the film will appear in 3D and will be an attraction for younger audience," added SRK.
"If it looks good, then we would go ahead with 3D. But, in case it does not look as good, then we will stick to the non 3D version. I believe 3D has to be shot in a different way," he continued.
Ra.One is a science-fiction superhero flick, directed by Anubhav Sinha. The film stars superstar Shahrukh Khan, actress Kareena Kapoor and actor Arjun Rampal in the lead roles. King Khan informed that the conversion to 3D format will take two-three months to process. Some of the action sequences of the film will be made into 3D format if possible.
Informing about the film Shahrukh told, "It is about G.One, who is a life giver. He is the hero and I am playing that role in the film. While, Ra.One stands for 'Random Access Version One', it also stands for Raavan, as mythologically, we consider him as a bad person made of the world's ten most evil brains. Here in the film, it is like the connotation of ten evil happenings of the world that sums up to make a character Ra.One."
The film is slated to release on October 26.