Makkhi, the Hindi version of S.S. Rajamouli’s latest south Indian blockbuster Eega, garnered some rave reviews from both the critics and audiences. The film is being lauded for its incredible CGI and visual effects story telling ability, in which the protagonist of the movie is reincarnated as a house-fly to avenge his death. Adel Adili, Pete Draper and R.C. Kamalakannan, the original co-founders of Hyderabad-based Makuta VFX (incorporated in the USA), headed a team of around 100 artists to work round the clock to deliver the CGI and VFX process of the film. Bollywood Hungama’s Philip Bode gets Pete and Adel to talk about magnitude of digital filmmaking work involved, character animation, filling in the gaps and the challenges that gave cinematic wings to Makkhi.