VFX Breakdown Of The Movie Bahubali

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Rajamouli’s much awaited film Baahubali Loaded with amazing VFX. Director SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali is all set to create a new benchmark for visual effects in Indian cinema. There are more than 4,500 VFX shots in the movie. This huge amount of VFX shots are new record in Indian cinema, surpassing the likes of Shah Rukh Khan’s Ra.One and Hrithik Roshan’s Krishh 3. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (English: The One with Strong Arms) is a 2017 Indian epic fantasy film co-written and directed by S. S. Rajamouli. It is the continuation of Baahubali: The Beginning. Initially, both parts were jointly produced on a budget of 250 crore however the budget of the second part was increased later. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has made a record of highest pre-release business with 500 crore. The film was released worldwide on 28 April 2017.

The film series is touted to be the most expensive in India till date. The screen writer, K. V. Vijayendra Prasad who wrote stories for most of Rajamouli’s films once again penned the story for Baahubali. R.C.Kamalakannan is chosen as visual effects supervisor and Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is the Editor. PM Satheesh is the sound designer and stunt sequences were coordinated by King Solomon, Lee Whittaker, Kecha, and Peter Hein. This film has set epic examples in terms of VFX for films.

Any VFX course will set this as an example. If you simply take a look at the before and after pictures of this film you will realize how intensely this work has been done creating a tremendous overall experience for everyone to witness. It is a visual extravaganza that India must feast on. All the fight scenes, mountain shots, waterfall shots and anything else that was supernatural was a work of VFX.

The film was released in conventional 2D as well as in IMAX format on 28 April 2017 [33] in about 9,000 screens worldwide. The Film Baahubali 2 is releasing in most Gulf countries like UAE on Thursday that is 27 April 2017.


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