Visual Effects Shots from Indian Movies
These days Visual Effects (VFX) is the most advanced technology used in movies to give the scene a more realistic look. VFX involve the integration of live-action footage and generated imagery footage to create the background which looks realistic but would be expensive, dangerous, impractical or impossible to take on film.
You may think some of the scenes were real and close to your heart, only to realize that was all visual effects. Here’s taking a look at 5 Bollywood movies that made us believe how accurate Visual Effects in our country is now.
Click on below Video: 13 Hindi Films (Bollywood) VFX & Special Effects Before and After
5 Before and After Visual Effects Shots from Indian Movies
The Deepika Padukone starrer in Padmaavat movie faced a lot of controversies before it saw a final release. Complying with the request of Rajput Sena, who pointed out that Rani Padmavati did not dance and show her mid-riff, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali came out with a plan. Instead of reshooting the song, the movie went under editing, one final time and had a sanskaari mid-riff in place.
In portions, where Deepika’s shown waist can be seen has been covered using a saffron cloth, but it’s actually VFX.
2. Chennai Express
Chennai Express movie was shot indoors in a virtual environment. All the outdoor shots were composed through VFX technology. Be it Shahrukh Khan jumping out of a train or standing with a burning store behind him, all scenes were composed with the help of visual effects team.
3. Krrish 3
Red Chillies VFX collaborated with Krrish 3 movie to create the coolest sci-fi movie. The film takes the story of the superhero Krrish, acted by Hrithik Roshan. Hrithik is seen taking on the evil monster and save the world from destruction in his superhero avatar which is all VFX technology.
Click on below Video: Krish 3 Movie Green Screen Effect Official | VFX Effect
From creating fake monuments, fake audience to mind-boggling stunts, Sultan was a movie that left everyone stunned because of the unique length and the breath of the film. Salman Khan starrer looked huge on the silver screen, but in the below video, YRF breaks down the VFX scenes for you.
The Prabhas starrer was a rarity in Indian movies: a big-budget film with ‘too good to be true’ special effects. The fictional film supported by heavy-duty VFX team became one of the highest grosser films only proving how the audience really believes in a good movie.
From the beginning shot with the lotus fire, the new kingdom, the entire mahishmati city with the foliage are some of the things that were nothing but VFX. Bahubali hired more than 15 VFX companies to give it the massive scale that it achieved.
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