S S Rajamouli is achieving new feats almost every single day; his ongoing period film Bahubali as we know is being made with a massive budget and almost every aspect of this film is being shot in an extravagant style that has become the talk of the town.
We hear that the visual effects used for the film is costing the makers a huge bomb but ultimately we can expect a fantabulous result for sure.
Rajamouli is one filmmaker who is known to give the best of vfx in his films and especially post Magadheera he has excelled in presenting a brilliant on-screen digital experience to the audience. We are told that the maximum number of vfx shots used Indian films is 3000 and Rajamouli came a little closer to this number in Eega with 2000 shots. And now in Baahubali it is said that the makers have created 5000 shots at the VFX studios, which is a record number.
Presently, a complicated war scene of the film is being shot at Ramoji Film City and we are told that visual effects are expected to cause a huge imbalance in the film’s budget.