A screengrab from 'Action' music video

A screengrab from ‘Motion’ music video

The 4.48-minute-long video has been created by utilizing the ‘deep faux’ know-how that permits customers to switch individuals in an present picture or video with their very own likeness.

  • PTI
  • Final Up to date: August 10, 2020, 7:51 PM IST

American music group The Black Eyed Peas have paid tributes to the extravagant motion sequences in Indian cinema with their newest video “Motion”, which options fashionable scenes from movies together with Rajinikanth’s sci-fi actioner “Robotic” and Ajay Devgn-starrer cop drama “Singham”.

The 4.48-minute-long video has been created by utilizing the ‘deep faux’ know-how that permits customers to switch individuals in an present picture or video with their very own likeness.

Group members will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo function within the cycle sequence of “Maryada Ramanna”, the gun sequence of S Shankar’s “Robotic”, the firing sequence from the Swedish film “Kopps” and “Singham”, superimposing their faces on actors Sunil, Rajinikanth and Devgn.

“The Black Eyed Peas have been impressed by Indian tradition from the start of our profession… From Asha Bhosle to AR Rahman, Indian music has influenced our songs on multiple event,” the group mentioned describing their video.

“This video for ACTION reveals our LOVE and appreciation for BOLLYWOOD and the creativeness and awesomeness it brings to the display screen… Thanks INDIA & BOLLYWOOD!!!” they added.

The members, whose actual names are William James Adams Jr, Allan Pineda Lindo, and Jaime Luis Gomez, respectively, additionally listed the films which have impressed their video: SS Rajamouli’s “Maryada Ramanna”, “Robotic”/”Enthiran”, Sundar C’s “Aambala”, Rohit Shetty’s “Singham” and “Kopps”, directed by Lebanese-Swedish filmmaker Josef Fares.

will.i.am share the video on Twitter, writing, “Take a look at our video for #ACTION impressed by #BOLLYWOOD I’ve all the time beloved music from India #Elephunk and #MonkeyBusiness had been impressed by Indian Tradition thanks India to your vibrancy and contribution to the world.”

Devgn wrote to will.i.am, saying: “This can be a super-enjoyable observe. Great things.”

AR Rahman, who scored the music for “Robotic” and its sequel “2.0”, tweeted his appreciation to will.i.am, “The borders are blurring via artwork! #tamilcinema @directorshankar #rajnikant #india.”

“Motion” can also be a tongue-in-cheek touch upon faux information, cautioning individuals to not belief all the pieces they see on their screens.

“We live in very complicated instances… We now have sensible telephones and we do dumb issues on them We now have Synthetic Intelligence however we will not inform Pretend information from Info If we will not deal with Pretend information!!! How can we deal with the Deep Pretend??? Do not belief the display screen,” the message, showing just like the “Star Wars” opening credit, on the finish of the video reads.

The clip additionally started with a “warning”: “this video was made with DEEP FAKE know-how… Don’t consider all the pieces you see…”

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