Deepika Padukone starrer new movie Padmavati’s trailer has been launched recently and people have lost their chill. This periodic film is so much more than the star cast (Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, and Shahid Kapoor). Sanjay Leela Bhansali yet again is claimed to take the entire awards home this year with this film.
However the making of such a huge periodic film must have used an astonishing team and up graded technology in the VFX department. If you look at the before and after shots of the fight sequels, shots inside the palace and numerous other destination; a lot of them were shot behind green screens. The real magic takes places in the post production department. With the technology and had work of the VFX team we see a manipulated version on green screen.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s last periodic film, Bajirao Mastani received wide amount of positive critical acclaim for its visual effects work. But this film has said to be breaking all the boundaries and limitations.
Viacom 18 Motion pictures right after releasing the trailer started to get comments like they have set the bar way too high for any other film in Bollywood industry. On the VFX front the film has lot to offer.
The excitement remains uncontainable for sure. The trailer opens with a procession marching headed by Deepika herself. That’s where we get the knack of VFX work. If you wish to create your imagination and see it lives on silver screens. For the making of a VFX indulged film, which is almost every film these days one requires more than 500 VFX artists.
The demand of a VFX course in huge in the entertainment industry, be it regional cinema, Bollywood or Hollywood. Now we will suggest you to go for the best VFX course, i.e. Hi-Tech animation’s VFX course. The course has been professionally designed and the curriculum is completely industry oriented. In addition to that being the only institute within India with its own production studio you will be learning with real studio experience from faculty who has worked in real life post production of films.
Do make the most of this opportunity because the opportunities are huge and scope is unlimited. You will definitely want to be a professional artist. Until then keep your breaths holding for the launch of Padmavati in theatres.