Everest is an award-winning realistic film and boasts of a multi-star cast that kept the cash register ringing at the box office. The film is inspired by a true incident that happened in Mouth Everest in 1996 when eight people have lost their lives either when they climbed the mountain or while they were ascending. No doubt that to make such a film requires an herculean effort. Especially, the crew of the whole team had to focus on mountaineering and especially tell us about the battle of man against nature. In addition to mere adventure, the film narrated some sad episodes of mountaineers too.
Use of 3D techniques really kept the moviegoers watch a spectacle! The film’s main plot revolves around Rob Hall played by
Jason Clarke) who is a tour operator and guides the mountaineers to climb the top summit. In addition, we have another camp which is coached by Scott Fischer ( played by (
Jake Gyllenhaal). In addition, we have the sherpas who are tribes and live in the base of the mountain. The character of Rob revolves around his pregnant wife who anticipates the birth of a girl child. The performance of Jason Clarke is really noteworthy. Film director Baltasar Kormákur Samper who earlier made films like 'The Deep' really deserves praise as he has always made films on totally research subjects.
The film has featured some Bollywood songs from films like ‘Kabhie Khushi Kabhie Gham’ and even ‘Yeh Ladka Hai Allah’ from Nasir Hussain’s blockbuster. The cinematography needs special mention as it shot exclusively in the base camp, markets of Nepal and even the top of hill summit. It is said the filming was done at 10,000 ft high from base camp. The film can boasts of outstanding photography and some 3 –D techniques and that did provide stunning images for the film. It is not just an exciting film on mountain climbing but also provides an unforgettable and supremely visceral viewing experience. Since it is a multi-cast movie, every character has a resemblance to the part of the movie. When you watch the movie in theaters, it seems you are there near to mountain Everest itself.