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Last Updated 02.04.2020 | 10:24 AM IST



How All The Best was made better

If you remember the crazy comic films Golmaal and Golmaal Returns, both directed by Rohit Shetty, one would know what to expect from his new film All The Best. Perhaps, the director knew the film would turn out to be the best entertainer this Diwali and therefore, aptly named the film. With the right jokes and a great cast the film's story takes you through the lives of wannabe race-car makers, Veer and Prem and how things go haywire for Veer played by Khan and Prem played Devgn when Dharam, the deadly Dutt catches hold of their lies. The film has its equal share of crazy and silly stuff which is not uncommon in the comedies we see today but these will definitely make you laugh. And the crazy stuff in the film were enhanced with Visual Effects (vfx) provided by Mumbai based Pixion Studios. Speaking to Bollywood Hungama, Naveen Paul, VFX Supervisor of the film shared, "There are over 800 vfx shots in film, close to about 25 minutes in the entire film. The film has everything - vfx sequences, shots and vfx in the songs. There are scenes, independent shots, clean ups, CGI additions and matte painting additions, amongst others." Bollywood Hungama brings you an exclusive vfx case study of All the Best courtesy Pixion and Ajay Devgn FFilms. For the shot-by-shot breakdown, click on the tabs below.

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