May 1, 2012
By Paola Hobson, Hemant Karani and Aneri Savla
Many broadcasters are keen to re-broadcast movie classics, so when Kaun Kaise, originally produced in 1983, was required for TV transmission, it was clear that restoration was needed to meet today’s quality requirements. The film had major problems such as pinholes, scratches and lines, to mention a few. It had also been damaged a lot during almost 30 years of storage.
Shemaroo Studios is one of the world’s largest content houses. From their many years in the film business, Shemaroo understands the importance of content management.