The fantasy action-adventure Brahmastra film starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt has swept the internet. The internet is abuzz with activities related to Brahmastra, including VFX, performances, cameos, and anticipation for part 2. Namit Malhotra’s Prime Focus produced the movie’s visual effects. He stated that Brahmastra features 4500 VFX shots, which may be the most of any foreign movie ever created!
Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra premiered in theatres on September 9. The blockbuster was brought to life on the big screen by Prime Focus. Ayan Mukerji wrote and directed the action-adventure drama.
First Vfx Movie in India
Ajay Devgn and Kajol’s movie Pyaar to Hona Hi Tha, which came out in 1998, included a title track that broke numerous grounds. VFX was utilised for the first time in Bollywood. In the Hindi film industry, it was also the first movie to introduce the idea of a promotional video.
Brahmastra Vfx Works by Namit Malhotra
Brahmastra, which debuted to a phenomenal response at the box office on September 9, has drawn accolades for the work of the Oscar-winning graphics company Prime Focus. Ayan Mukerji’s magnum opus contains 4,500 VFX shots, which according to the company’s CEO Namit Malhotra, maybe “the most for any international film ever filmed,”
Brahmstra Part 1: Shiva has more than 4500 visual effects shots compared to 2,400 in avengers VFX, potentially breaking the record for the most visual effects in a single movie ever. The creative and technical teams from India, North America, and London collaborated to create immersive visual effects for this film.
More About Brahmastra Film
Action-adventure drama Brahmastra is the first chapter in a trilogy. Ranbir Kapoor plays a simpleton with a special relationship to fire in the film. The movie is Alia Bhatt’s first release after Darlings and features her as the female lead. The cast of Brahmastra includes Nagarjuna, Mouni Roy, and Amitabh Bachchan. In the film, Shah Rukh Khan makes a cameo. On its opening day, Brahmastra brought in 75 crore rupees worldwide. According to reports, it was shot for close to Rs 400 crore. The film’s sequel, Dev, will come after it.
Brahmastra film has more than 4500 visual effects shots compared to 2,400 for Avengers: End Game, perhaps breaking the record for most visual effects in a single movie. To give the audience an immersive experience, the technical and creative teams from London, North America, and India collaborated well.