Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) announced today that
the much anticipated movie Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
will be mixed and released with Dolby
Atmos™. Dolby Atmos is a new audio platform from Dolby Laboratories that delivers a more natural and realistic soundfield, moving sound around and above cinema audiences, transporting them into the onscreen adventure. With the release, the creators of the movie seek to bring the magic of the iconic Indian athlete - Milkha Singh to the silver screen.
“Dolby has always been at the cutting edge of providing cinema audiences with the ultimate sound experience. Dolby® Atmos™ provides the completely immersive sound experience which filmmakers like me have long dreamed about,” said
Rakesh Omprakash Mehra
, Director, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. “Dolby Atmos allows us to present a more realistic story with an amazing audio experience that not only excites the ears but also touches the heart.”
Directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, the film stars Farhan Akhtar and Sonam Kapoor. The sound designer for the movie is Nakul Kamte, and the movie has been mixed by Debojit Changmai at Future works at Rajkamal Studio.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
will introduce audiences to one of the most magical sound formats ever conceived.
“It’s an inspiring time in cinema, with moviemaking being taken to new frontiers with Dolby’s next-generation audio solutions. When
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
hits theatres equipped with Dolby Atmos, audiences will be transported into the journey with the lifelike realism that the creative team envisioned,” said Pankaj Kedia, Country Manager, Dolby Laboratories, India.
The much anticipated movie hits the Indian theatres on 12 July 2013. The movie was mixed in Dolby Atmos at Future works at RajKamal Studios, Mumbai - the first mix studio in the country to be certified as a Dolby Premier Studio.
About Dolby Atmos
Dolby Labs is equipping the cinema world with its new Dolby Atmos technology. Dolby Atmos unleashes the potential of sound in storytelling by providing sound experts the creative freedom to easily place or move specific sounds anywhere in the movie theatre, not just where there happen to be speakers. The result is what moviegoers have described as the most engaging and life-like cinema sound experience ever.