The makers of Zero the movie have released a special behind-the-scenes video that shows the intense process undertaken in bringing the character of Bauua to life. Visual effects being the very core of the movie and also the first of its kind used in cinema globally, the audience can now witness this journey first hand through this video.
The immense effort, hard work. and patience that was needed to make this humongous dream come true has been meticulously showcased in this video. From working with more than a thousand VFX artists, to shooting every scene five times and much more, the sheer efforts that went into creating this character is a milestone in itself!
The main aim was to create a vertically challenged star, Bauua Singh and the world around him. The visual-effects team left no stone unturned to achieve this, and now the makers are giving everyone a sneak peek of the processes that went into delivering flawless magic on the silver screen.
The movie Zero has been creating a buzz from before its release, as audiences were eager to watch Shah Rukh Khan in a unique new avatar. This behind-the-scenes video showcases the complexities and the challenges faced by the team, as well as the systematic approach with which they tackled them.
To watch the full behind-the-scenes video of the VFX behind Zero, click here:
Zero is a Bollywood movie directed by Aanand L Rai and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment. The movie stars Bollywood heart-throb Shah Rukh Khan along with Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif.
Red Chillies Entertainment and Colour Yellow Productions come together to bring ZERO. Produced by Gauri Khan, starring Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif and Shah Rukh Khan, the Aanand L Rai directorial is in theatres now, and was released on 21st December 2018.
About Red Chillies Entertainment
Founded in 2002 by iconic Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan, and producer and interior designer Gauri Khan, Red Chillies Entertainment is a fully integrated film studio that has produced some of the most definitive and prominent work in modern Indian cinema.