Rajnikanth’s Kochadaiyaan is a flop show at box office, but the film stands somewhat tall in Indian cinema for extensive use of graphics, motion capturing and visual effects. However, any movie that lacks on content part is going to end up in trash can only. Coming to Baahubali, VFX of this movie are going to be the double of what we have seen in Kochadaiyaan.
Almost all the scenes and shots in this magnum opus are said to be getting a touch of visual effects and animation. In this two-part flick, loads of action sequences, war scenes and violent chases are taken to next level through computer graphics only and director Rajamouli is leaving no stone unturned to present Baahubali in the range of ‘The 300’ and ‘Troy’.
Looking at the way this flick is consuming huge time for pre-production and post-production we could easily guess that efforts are on the way to make it father of Kochadaiyaan.