Ranbir Kapoor & Alia Bhatt’s fantasy action adventure film ‘Brahmastra’ has taken the internet by storm.
The much anticipated film is all that is being discussed among film enthusiasts. From VFX to performances, cameos to anticipation for part 2, the internet is buzzing with all things ‘Brahmastra’.
Namit Malhotra’s Prime Focus, Dneg & Redefine has worked on the VFX of the movie. He has revealed that ‘Brahmastra’ has 4500 VFX shots, possibly the most for any international film ever made!
“In comparison to Avengers: End Game’s 2,400 VFX shots, Brahmāstra Part 1: Shiva boasts over 4500 VFX shots, making it a potential record holder for the most visual effects in any film globally. The VFX of this movie is set to land the audience in an immersive experience, the creative and technical teams across London, North America, and India worked in synergy,” he says.
Satyendra Chaturvedi – Lead Compositor, Redefine (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3261050/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0)
Devesh Neema, Stereo Conversion Team Lead, DNeg Creative Services, Chandigarh
Prateek Sharma, Supervisor, Dneg Creative Services, Chandigarh
Sandeep Choudhary, Prep Lead, Dneg Creative Services, Mumbai
Sachin Patidar-Vfx Editor, Dneg, Mumbai
Bhanu Pratap Singh Rathore, Lead Stereo Conversion, Dneg Creative Services, Chandigarh
Tribhuvan Parkhe, Vfx Artist, Dneg Creative Services, Chandigarh
Suresh Atulkar, Compositor, Dneg Creative Services, Mumbai
Arisudan Kushwaha, Camera Tracking Artist, Dneg, Mumbai
Gaurav Jayant, Team Lead, Dneg Creative Services, Mumbai
Shriyansh Tiwari -Stereo Compositor, Dneg, Mumbai
Keshvi Jajoo– Lighting Artist, Dneg, Mumbai
Some links to Cast & Crew & Production Studio where alumni have worked on the film-
Cast & Crew- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6277462/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ov_st_sm
Many thanks to the Production House for providing such opportunities to Indian artists, thereby making India as one of the finest destination in Visual Effects domain under AVGC Sector