Ajay Devgn's latest action comedy film Son of Sardaar, a lampoon on the Sikh community is being lauded as an all out masala entertainer which has managed to accrue approximately Rs.95 crores at the Indian Box office, right through the tenth day of its release. Interestingly, one half of the film was digitally augmented using state of the art visual effects executed by Mumbai based Pixion Studios; former VFX supervisor from Pixion Studios, Navin Paul, sheds light on the post-production process of the film, "For this film we've used a horde of visual effects tools such as clean-ups, set-extensions, multiple plate-composites etc. For example the horse visible on screen was entirely modeled and made up using CG, with most of the film being shot in Punjab; the shooting schedule was spread across eighty days, and with this it was requisite that we design the shots swiftly." With over 3800 shots comprising the entire film, almost one hour of visual effects work was required to augment the narrative of the film, talking about the complexity on working on such a project Navin says, "Every scene we worked on had its own challenges such as Ajay Devgn standing on top of London's iconic Big-Ben, in terms of execution this scene was very tricky. Bollywood Hungama's Philip Bode gets Navin to take us on the behind the scenes visual effects making of, Son Of Sardaar.
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