A creative of 300 artists have worked on this movie and it involves 800 VFX shots.
Actor Kamal Sadanah's directorial debut 'Roar: Tigers Of The Sundarbans' has as many 800 VFX shots. And it took their team, which has around 300 specialists, one full year to have things in order. While a live recording was done in Budapest to create a mesmerising background for the project, 80 % of the tiger footage is shot with real tigers trained in LA.
The journey has been long and arduous. From using dogs for the initial test shoots to testing scenes with CG (Computer generated) tigers, Roar brings world-class techniques to the Indian audience for the first time. Says producer Abis Rizvi, "When the CGI tiger was created, we wanted to ensure that it was as close to reality as possible
Anibrain delivered VFX for "Roar: Tigers Of The Sundarbans" bring the tiger live on screen. A creative of 300 artists have worked on this movie and it involves 800 VFX shots.
Anibrain, one of Asia's leading VFX agencies, famous for their work in Hollywood films like The Amazing Spiderman, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Ghost Rider and Resident Evil among others.