‘We’re getting more VFX requests from Indian filmmakers’
Indian films have not been utilizing it to that extent as the script does not demand that kind of effect. However, it’s changing, says Merzin Tavaria, president, global production and operations at DNEG
NEW DELHI : The Indian film industry hasn’t been known for its use of visual effects (VFX) for the longest time. However, more filmmakers are starting to look at VFX as an integral part of their films. For DNEG, a British VFX and animation company with studios in India, which has won seven Oscar awards so far for best VFX, most recently for Dune, India is already at the core of all its activities.