One of the most crucial filmmaking facets that assist in the success of a film that goes unnoticed is the visual effects process. Reema Kagti's latest suspense-thriller Talaash might not have entered the now infamous Rs. 100 crore club yet, but it has certainly managed to rake in an impressive Rs. 94 crores at the Indian box-office in its third week since its release. Pixion Studios has delivered visual effects for Talaash.
Viral Thakkar, VFX supervisor along with compositing supervisor Pankaj Kalbende, CGI supervisor Sudhir Trivedi, FX supervisor Viresh Raut, animation supervisor Shweta Raut and production head Nelson Dsouza, led a team of eighty artists to work around the clock to deliver the entire VFX portion of the film in two months time. Bollywood Hungama's Philip Bode gets Viral to talk about, making a pool look like a lake, crashing a car into the sea, working with DOP K.U Mohanan and the visual effects breakdown that brought out the essence of Talaash.