Vikatan Awards 2015 – Baahubali

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Receiving Movers & Shakers award for Baahubali Vfx at 24FPS Intl. Animation Awards in Mumbai!

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Rajamouli was like the second VFX supervisor on Baahubali

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https://www.saddahaq.com/interview-rajamouli-was-like-a-second-vfx-superviser-on-baahubali-says-srinivas-mohan

‘Baahubali’ is the new benchmark for visual effects in Indian cinema

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http://www.thegraphicslate.com/vfx-sfx/people-vfx-sfx/srinivas-mohan-believes-baahubali-is-the-new-benchmark-for-visual-effects-in-indian-cinema/2015/07

Interview @ IndiaGlitz

Interview @  IndiaGlitz


@ 28:33 – About Baahubali Vfx
@ 23:41 – About Producer Shobu
@ 32:27 – VFX India Future

WE HAVE USED ALMOST EVERY POSSIBLE TECHNOLOGY IN BAAHUBALI @ Pandolin

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http://pandolin.com/we-have-used-almost-every-possible-technology-in-baahubali/

VFX Expert Srinivas Mohan has an enviable repertoire of films, known for their grand use of visual effects, to his credit. Be it Superstar Rajnikanth’s robot look in Enthiran (Robot) or the impressive effects in Shankar’s I, the National Award-winning artist has been instrumental in taking Indian VFX to the next level.

In a tete-a-tete with Pandolin, the expert talks about creating a larger than life waterfall, putting together a grandiose battle sequence and much more for one of India’s grandest films, the highly-awaited period drama, Baahubali….

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http://pandolin.com/we-have-used-almost-every-possible-technology-in-baahubali/

 

 

Grandiose subject takes heart, says Baahubali VFX director Vadlamudi Srinivas Murali Mohan – The Hindu

Srinivas on the sets of Baahubali with director Rajamouli and cinematographer Senthil Kumar

Srinivas on the sets of Baahubali with director Rajamouli and cinematographer Senthil Kumar

VFX combined with emotions make our films better, says Vadlamudi Srinivas Murali Mohan, the VFX expert who’s debuting in Telugu films with ‘Baahubali’

Vadlamudi Srinivas Murali Mohan is a three-time National Film Awards winner for his work in Visual Effects. This Vijayawada-born Telugu-speaking gentleman is known to be extremely patient, understanding and amiable. He left Vijayawada in 97 and has ever since been working on Tamil movies. Married to an Anglo Indian, he settled in Chennai. This is the first time he is working in a Telugu film (Baahubali).  Cont..

Grandiose subject takes heart, says Baahubali VFX director Vadlamudi Srinivas Murali Mohan – The Hindu.

Director Rajamouli sir on Twitter

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“Srinivas Mohan garu, our Vfx supervisor who never let the bar down. Dedicated 3 years of his life for baahubali. Thanks andi.”

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@ssrajamouli . thank you sir and big thanks from our Vfx industry for giving us opportunity to be part in your epic visions.

Speech @ Baahubali – The Beginning – Audio Launch

6 reasons why Bahubali: The Beginning is the biggest film of 2015!

Baahubali team

http://in.bookmyshow.com/entertainment/6-reasons-why-bahubali-is-the-biggest-film-of-2015/59835

Baahubali Trailer – my latest project

3 years of hard work. Big thanks to all VFX studios and each and every Vfx artist for wonderful work and support me to make this possible. Thanks to ‪#‎TeamBaahubali‬ for excellent support.

 

Baahubali in Variety L.A magazine

India Saga ‘Baahubali’ Targets the World With Ramoji Film City

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About Vfx

Visual effects supervisor V. Srinivas Mohan is no stranger to big-budget spectaculars, having been in charge of “Enthiran” as well other high-profile pics. He says that vfx on Indian movies can achieve 80% of an “Avatar”-like shot for one-quarter the cost. What Mohan and his team are striving for is to deliver the remaining 20% to reach global standards.

“Audiences are used to watching photo-realistic effects in Hollywood films,” Mohan says, “and the challenge was to re-create that on an Indian budget.”

Mohan’s task has been to realize Rajamouli’s vision — one that has included a more than three-mile-high waterfall and epic battles with armies of hundreds of thousands, along with horses, elephants, chariots and giant catapults. “When the director says ‘I need it huge,’ ” Mohan says, “there is no end of that huge.”

Almost 90% of the film requires vfx work, with the live-action shooting augmented and expanded in post. Some 600 artists are executing the f/x at 18 facilities around the world, led by Makuta and Firefly in Hyderabad, Prasad EFX in Hyderabad and Chennai, Tau Films in the U.S. and Malaysia, and Dancing Digital Animation and Macrograph in South Korea.

Full article link

http://variety.com/2015/film/global/india-saga-baahubali-targets-the-world-with-ramoji-film-city-1201490313/

Baahubali all set to create a VFX splash – Times of India

Baahubali all set to create a VFX splash
Loaded with VFX splendor, Rajamouli’s film promises to be a visual extravaganza on an unprecedented scale. Director SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali is set to create a new benchmark for visual effects in Indian cinema. The film promises to be a visual effects extravaganza with over 4,500 VFX shots. This is a new record in Indian cinema, surpassing the likes of Shah Rukh Khan’s Ra.One and Hrithik Roshan’s Krishh 3.

Set in an imaginary medieval realm, the film is loaded with computer generated imagery that promises to blur the lines between real and imaginary. Producer Shobu Yarlagadda reckons the movie will be a ‘technical marvel’. “We want to offer the audience a real visual spectacle and have been working in that direction from the outset. It’s a period drama that will transport the audience into a world of ancient forts, palaces, epic war sequences and the works. The VFX is going to be the most crucial element in the movie. We have the best national and international experts working on the film,” says Shobu.

Srinivas Mohan is working as the VFX supervisor for the movie which has a slew of internationally renowned VFX artistes. Some of the visual effects are being done locally while some are being outsourced to foreign technicians around he world. Considering the scale and quality of the VFX work, the film is tipped to have the highest budget for VFX in Indian cinema.

Buzz is that the budget of the film is a staggering `100 crore. However, Shobu gets a little cagey when talking about the budget. “I cannot comment on that since I don’t know about the budgets of other films. It is a very expensive film,” he says.

Starring Prabhas, Rana, Anushka and Tamannaah in lead roles, the film is set for a 2015 release across all South Indian languages.

 

 

Baahubali Making Vol -1