Vikrant Rona promised to be the biggest 3-D experience in Indian cinema. The fantasy thriller film featuring Kiccha Sudeep and Jacqueline Fernandez was released today. The film has been critically acclaimed for its visual effects. The result of Vikrant Rona is a work of 800 visual effect artists (VFX) involved to create the masterpiece.
Yes, the makers have employed more than 800 VFX artists to create the world of Vikrant Rona in 3D. The makers rehearsed and planned the scenes over and again to get the perfect output. The film is a visual wonder and rich in content and music casting talented actors.
Lead actor Kichcha Sudeepa said, “The use of VFX is incredible. It was more of a learning experience for me. The visuals are very appealing and the fans will enjoy watching the film”.
Talking about the same, director Anup Bhandari says “The scale of the film is very big and there were a lot of parallax shots in the film that were tailor-made for 3D. It is an experience that I am confident people will really enjoy”.
The movie has been hailed for Kiccha’s stellar performance and visually appealing scenes. The movie stars, Kiccha Sudeep, Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari, and Neetha Ashok in prominent roles. The film has been created at a budget of 95 crores and so far on day one, it has earned more than 7 crores.
Vikrant Rona is a mystery thriller-packed film set to release in 3D on 28th July. The film is screened in five languages – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and English. It has been directed by Anup Bhandari and produced by Shalini Jack Manju, Alankar Pandian. The movie is distributed in North India by PVR Pictures and presented by Salman Khan films, Zee Studios, and Kichcha Creations.