SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster movie Baahubali is an epic in 2 parts, narrated through spectacular visuals and amazing special effects, including a 30-minute battle scene helmed with admirable precision. These huge amount of VFX shots are new record in Indian cinema, surpassing the likes of SRK’s Ra One and Hrithik Roshan’s Krishh 3.
The entire Baahubali team has earned great respect, pride and money all over the nation because of creative work of many genius VFX editors. Though there were many scenes done in real there are some scenes that were actually shot with Visual Effects (VFX).
Makuta reveals Bahubali visual effects secrets:
Makuta VFX, the company behind the mesmerizing scenes in mega hit Bahubali has released a behind-the-scenes video, revealing the secrets of the movie. It recaps the key shots of the waterfall scenes and shows how they were assembled.
Have a look at VFX Breakdown of ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ by Makuta VFX. You can see how Computer Graphics & VFX Technology is used in making of Baahubali – The Beginning.
The real victory of Baahubali’s visual effects is that director Rajamouli has made a movie as big as a Hollywood blockbuster in a fraction of Hollywood’s budgets.