3 min read.Updated: 17 Aug 2022, 01:10 AM ISTLata Jha
Visual effects currently account for 10-15% of the budget for an Indian movie, but this will rise to 30-35%
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NEW DELHI : Filmmakers are increasing investments in visual effects as they try to bring audiences back to cinemas with larger-than-life spectacles. Upcoming films such as Karan Johar’s Brahmastra, which cost ₹300 crore to make, and T-Series’ Adipurush with a budget of ₹400 crore, are among several titles that are known to have spent ₹50-75 crore on special effects.
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