Amidst Kalki 2898 AD Release- Best Indian Movies Using VFX To Bring Change In Filmmaking

Amidst Kalki 2898 AD Release- Best Indian Movies Using VFX To Bring Change In Filmmaking

Currently released Kalki 2898 AD at the theatres brings home a reminiscence of that genre where it changed for them with the power of visual effects in a very different way, making their drama unique. Much-anticipated science fiction has promised audiences a marvel and visual delight with almost unprecedented VFX used in building its space future. So, let us go back to other movies made in earlier years that promised something new for the ecstatic gasps the audiences produce in the cinema halls.

VFX seems to be rising in Indian Cinema. Indeed, the Cinemas of India has travelled pretty much a long journey from its inception. With time and the advancement of technology, so did the reach toward Visual Effects as a medium for telling stories that were creative and far more visually engaging. By 2000, when VFX wasn't already integrated into Indian films, 'Ra.One' and 'Krrish 3,' for instance, brought it to the limelight. It is today an intrinsic part of Indian cinema, and actually, there has not been a day when the usage is not seen increasing at the filmmakers' end to up the excitement for an experience larger than life.

Ra.One (2011)


'Ra.One,' featuring Shah Rukh Khan and directed by Anubhav Sinha, is one of the trendsetter Indian movies that have used extensive VFX in Bollywood. The movie is about a game developer whose invention comes to life. VFX in Ra.One was pathbreaking at those times; even the complicated CGI—the sequences of creations by the others—brought this cybernetic world alive with effortless ease. The movie has opened in terms of special effects and shown technology through its ability to narrate it.

Krrish 3 (2013)


This Hrithik Roshan starrer, which is a part of the 'Krrish' series by Rakesh Roshan, comes across as that Hindi superhero movie. 'Krrish 3' holds a special place for the VFX effects of the movie, as it had great effects. From the lead protagonist's miraculous human abilities to creating the mutant villains, all has been done by visual effects. The success of the movie was one of the milestones of VFX development in Bollywood.

Shivaay (2016)


This is an intense VFX-helmed action thriller, which is Ajay Devgn's own directorial venture. It has roped in some unbelievable sequences of action with the panoramic backdrop of the Himalayas. Precise and intense, the scenes have been worked on by the team of VFX that makes 'Shivaay' a real visual feast. Flashier action sequences are visible enough proof to keep putting more en route way power in India's VFX artists.

Baahubali: The Beginning (2015) and Baahubali: The Conclusion (2017)


Among the biggest game changers in bringing out the realization concerning the capacity of VFX as an addition to the entire process of storytelling for Indian cinema was S S Rajamouli's 'Baahubali' franchise. Fascinating and mind-boggling visuals have been roped in by this epic saga of love, betrayal, and courage. Right from the grandness of the kingdom of Mahishmati to such awe-inspiring war sequences, 'Baahubali' is a treat in terms of VFX. The success of the movie has created a new benchmark for VFX in Indian cinema, inspiring many filmmakers to think big and aim large.

Enthiran, 2010 and 2.0, 2018


In this science fiction masterpiece, the robot 'Enthiran' raised the level of the Indian movie VFX. The powerhouse Rajinikanth takes the story of artificial intelligence and robotics to another level. The VFX in these movies is out of this world, so detailed in every facet that it's virtually unnoticeable in its integration. The climax of '2.0,' which had that giant fight of the lead protagonist with an army of robots, was undeniable in proving Indian VFX artists.

RRR (2022)


The legendary fiction that binds the world with its majestic way of narration. Featuring Ram Charan and Jr N.T. R. and directed by S. S. Rajamouli set in the backdrop of the 1920s revolves around two freedom fighters. The VFX in RRR's tremendous war sequences, detailed period settings, and lastly, larger-than-life sequences finally back the concept of the movie. It is within the world of what visual effects do for bringing out so much about the success of this movie globally. 

Brahmastra (2022)



When Mythology Meets Modernity! Ayan Mukerji calls Brahmastra a fantasy adventure that is rooted in ancient Indian mythology. Starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and Amitabh Bachchan, Brahmastra is a trilogy. In addition, it is reported that the movie 'Brahmastra' deployed VFX to the fullest for the development and creation of a mystic world with supernatural components. This movie is the greatest from Indian cinema which is a reason VFX sets a new benchmark in the future for movies.

Adipurush (2023)