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From Ra.One to 2.0: How VFX dominated the Indian contemporary cinema

From Ra.One to 2.0: How VFX dominated the Indian contemporary cinema

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Indian Contemporary Cinema had become digitally and scientifically advanced and the future prospects of visual effects in Indian Cinema in near future. After the advent of visual and sound effects in movies, the scenario has taken a wide turn in Indian Cinema. Love Story 2050 was considered as a milestone in Indian cinema for its stunning visual effects. Later, Ra-One (2011), Robot (2010) and Krissh 3 (2013) adopted Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) and 3D montage techniques, incorporated from various Hollywood movies and took Indian Cinema to a new and different level. The movie game conversion came into existence after the release of Don-2 and Ra-One and Baahubali franchises. The yet-to-be-released Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar’s film 2.0 is one of the first India movies to be shot in 3D.