The stunning VFX shots in SS Rajamouli’ directorial venture Baahubali: The Beginning, which offered an eye feast for the audience, have set a new benchmark for Indian cinema as far as the visual effects are concerned. The misty waterfalls, elaborate settings and lush green forests in Baahubali 1 turned out be a mesmerizing watch for the movie lovers because of extensive use of VFX shots in these scenes.
During the making of Baahubali 2, Kamal Kannan revealed that 36 studios in India and more than 1000 technicians worked for 18 months on the visual effects for Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. And there were only a few scenes involving VFX shots. It is known news that Prabhas is all set to work with Om Raut for an upcoming film Adipurush in which he will make his screen presence in the role of Lord Ram.
There are talks that the makers of Adipurush allocated more than half of the budget for the VFX work. The reports are coming that Om Raut and his team is planning to complete the shoot of the major portions of Adipurush in a Mumbai studio on green matte. Prabhas and Saif Ali Khan starrer Adipurush is all set to create a new record and will be the first Indian film to have a maximum number of VFX shots. Om Raut’ magnum opus starring Prabhas is expected to cross Baahubali which had 45,000 shots and this is the highest in Indian cinema to date.
Saif Ali Khan will be seen playing the role of Ravana in this big budget entertainer.