KrrishRakesh Roshan’sKrrish is the sequel of his 2003 film Koi Mil Gaya. The movie starsHrithik Roshan as the protagonist andPriyanka Chopra, Rekha and Naseeruddin Shah in other important characters.

Protagonist Krishna inherits super powers from his father who also had specialinhuman abilities. His father went to Singapore with the scientist Dr. Arya andgot disappeared. Considering his son as dead, Krishna’s grandmotherran away with him to an unknown hill station. Now Krishna grows up and falls in love with a tourist who lives in Singapore. He goes to Singapore for her and finds out that his father is alive and Dr. Arya is holding him captive. Krishna puts on the mask and goes to rescue his father.
Indian firm Prasad EFX along with vfx experts Marc Kolbe and Craig Mumma has created the visual effects for the film. They prepared over 1200 vfx shots accounting for approximately 90 minutes of screen time. 3d modeling of the buildings in background and 3d replicas of vehicles were created artificially as most of the scenes are shot using chroma.
Software like Maya and 3ds Max were used for making objects and characters. In the song ‘Koi TumsaNahi’ you will find Hrithik touching a CG butterfly made in 3ds Max.The most prominent example of using vfx is the background and character movements of the fighting scenes.

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