This article was written by SiraSri
Usually, the major cost for any film is usually incurred in its making, what we call the production cost. This forms the major part of the budget. However, with some really good technology in the offing, the production costs are becoming less and here is an analysis of the current day situation.
Usually, cameras are taken for rent during the shootings and it turns out to be a costly affair. And if someone wants to buy then they have to shell out nothing less than 45 lakhs to the minimum and this can go upto 1 crore depending on its specifications.
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