Prime Focus founder Namit Malhotra revealed, VFX of the film was prepared in 4500 shots

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer Brahmastra has hit the theaters. The discussion of VFX, cameo, action and part 2 of the film is in the headlines. Seeing the film, it is clear that the makers have spent a lot on VFX. Recently, Namit Malhotra, the founder of the film’s VFX company Prime Focus, has made a big disclosure about Brahmastra. He said that a total of 4500 VFX shots were taken to prepare Brahmastra, which is probably more than any other film in the world. Namit Malhotra told ETimes that 2,400 VFX shots were taken in Avengers End Game. At the same time, more than 4500 shots have been claimed in the preparation of Brahmastra Part 1 Shiva, which holds the record for the most number of shots in any film of the world class.

The VFX of this film is all set to impress the audience. Namit further said – This film gives a special experience. In the preparation of Brahmastra, a mutual combination of fiction and technical teams from London, North America and India has been prepared together. Namit is very excited about the release of the film. He said in the conversation – From preparing a small budget film to giving experience to the level of Oscars, it is like a journey for the team. We have combined 25 years of experience, technology and VFX to make Ayaan’s vision a reality. This is our biggest budget Indian film till date. It is a great honor for us to be a part of this film.

It is not hidden from anyone that Brahmastra is very close to director Ayan Mukerji’s heart. He had told in the interview – I have grown up watching and listening to Indian history and mythology. Stories like these have always fascinated me. I wanted to make a story that was full of Indian spiritual history, but also had a modern twist. Inspired by many films, I envisioned to create the world of Brahmastra, which would set a big stage in Indian cinema. Praising Namit, Ayan said – Nimit and his team were an important part of this journey and everyone has worked hard to make this film a reality. This is completely different for Indian cinema, never before has this kind of experience been seen.

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