Directed by Sharan Sharma and produced under Dharma Productions and Zee Studios, the Bollywood biopic film Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl that featured Janhvi Kapoor in the lead role of IAF pilot Gunjan Saxena, the first female and Indian woman airforce pilot in combat, was a visually thrilling movie last year.
As the movie clocked a year since its release today, redchillies.vfx released a VFX breakdown of the movie, giving fans a lowdown on how the spectacular imagery was created. The clip opens with a computer generated helicoptered parts coming together against chroma screen.
Spanning computer-generated explosions, missiles, guns and helicopters, the clip shows just how much effects work has gone into the sequences. Apart from the usual war-like spectacles, there are also various locations that are software-generated which goes to show that VFX scenario in India has mastered the craft of creating realistic environments and elements.
redchillies.vfx has been the name behind India’s most noted VFX-heavy projects like Zero and Bulbbul and recently they also spoke about the work done on Salman Khan starrer film Radhe. The studio completed another Dharma Production’s project named Shershaah which celebrates the valour of Indian soldiers.
Shershaah is available to watch on Amazon Prime whereas one can stream Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl on Netflix.