VFX has the power of changing the cinema watching experience. With the latest advancements, a green screen can make do for any location and odds are that you wouldn’t be able to spot the real one from the digitally modified one! Today, it’s not just limited to the stunts and action scenes. Some of the before and after scenes will surely baffle you:
Student Of The Year
The larger than life prom we saw in KAran Johar's make believe high school was all visual effects! All this while we thought this was shot in the real time.
And that's how Shah Rukh Khan saved a bunch of people from the evil forces. Sadly, the same couldn't be said for the film! And no, the train wasn't real too.
All of the major scenes in the film which involved crowd was shot in a realistic manner but was all added in during the editing stage.
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai
And that's how a powerful scene was shot. Safe to say, nobody was hurt during filming.
Baahubali : The Beginning
Baahubali can be regarded as the modern marvel in Indian cinema. From the technology to the stunts, it was very advanced. The popular scee where we see the baby come out from the water actually involved a water bottle!
Madras Cafe was a political thriller that involved going back in history to show the war torn areas and conflicts. They used a green screen to make the scenes as real as possible.
Never imagined this one coming now,did we? The gorgeous landscapes of Miama were all added in later!
The step that went on to be memorable from the movie Cocktail required Deepika sitting in a risky move. Naturally, the background was changed accordingly.
This is how romance happens, off screen! The beautiful landscapes we see are all the results of cleverly used technology.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
We all remember this scene from Bhaag Milkha Bhaag where Milkha sees the crowd cheering his name. Well, the crowds were digitally added because shooting like this in the real manner would have led to a lot of chaos.