The Russian film ‘The Challenge’ will be shot in space for 12 days, the crew leaves for the International Space Station

So far we’ve seen a lot of space-based movies, but talking about shooting movies in space was just a dream. Now this dream has come true because Russian director Klim Shipenko has made this wonder. He is about to arrive at the International Space Station for the filming of his next movie The Challenge. Along with him, Russian actress Yulia Peresild and astronaut Anton Shkaplerov also left for the space station to film.

The three took off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 2:25 pm India time for the International Space Station and then successfully reached the space station a few hours later. We tell you that the filming of this movie will take place in space for 12 days. Training related to filming in space has been provided to the film crew. According to media reports, the film crew will shoot a sequence of about 40 minutes on the International Space Station. The story of the film is about a doctor who goes to the International Space Station to save the life of an astronaut and also puts her life in danger by trying to get her safely to Earth.

For the first time a movie is shot in space, so movie lovers are very happy about this. Russia is also being highly praised for taking such a bold step. Earlier there were reports that American actor Tom Cruise would shoot his next movie on the International Space Station, but before that Russia won it and left America behind.

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