Rs 600 crore film Adipurush may be getting trolled due to poor VFX, but special effects have now become an important part of film making in Indian films. This is the reason that in 2020 VFX business in India was Rs 7900 crores and by 2024 this figure can reach 14700 crores.
The special effects of Bollywood movies are often underestimated as compared to Hollywood. There are many reasons for this like Hollywood is now resorting to Artificial Intelligence ie AI in making VFX. At the same time, India is far behind in the use of AI.
With the use of AI, the VFX of Hollywood movies are starting to look more realistic than before. Along with this, film making is taking less time by two years. 65 crores of the makers. are being saved and the work of making VFX is also being done 300 times faster.
We will know how visual effects are changing with AI, but before that let us tell you what is VFX?
According to Ganesh Rawal, VFX artist of many South films including the film Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, webseries The Trial, TV show Bekabu, visual effects are called VFX. There are many such scenes in films which are not possible to film in real. Their making is very expensive and dangerous. In such a situation, scenes are shot through VFX.