SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus RRR featuring Jr NTR and Mega Power Star Ram Charan in leading roles had a stupendous theatrical run and managed to gross over Rs 1100 crore worldwide and Rs 613.06 shares at the Worldwide box office. It is still running in selected theatres in India. The film which is bankrolled by DVV Danayya under the banner of DVV Entertainment, is attracting international OTT audiences following its OTT debut on Netflix recently. Now according to the latest report, Rajamouli’s magnum opus RRR has entered Netflix’s global trends charts and it stands 4th on the list of Netflix’s top films as on 28th May.
In the beginning of the blockbuster movie, the audience are captivated by the scenes of rescuing a boy from a burning train. The five-minute long scene was brought to reality with visual effects made at Copenhagen in Denmark after pushing hard for several months. The scene involves massive VFX work and a video made by Supreeze VFX Studio narrates the complex process of putting the scene together. The twitter handle of RRR movie shared the video of their VFX breakdown for the scene and attached a caption with it that read, "To bring the impossible forces close together, our Director @ssrajamouli thought of this impossible Bridge Sequence and made the impossible possible!! 🔥🌊🙌🏻 VFX Breakdown - #RRRMovie"
To bring the impossible forces close together, our Director @ssrajamouli thought of this impossible Bridge Sequence and made the impossible possible!! 🔥🌊🙌🏻— RRR Movie (@RRRMovie) May 30, 2022
VFX Breakdown - #RRRMovie https://t.co/Zm1GZJmQx8 @surpreezevfx @srinivas_mohan @DOPSenthilKumar @sabucyril
Train oil tankers and its engine models were specially made at Virginia in the USA which was later shipped to Hyderabad, India. A few months later, a special team travelled to Rajahmundry and captured river village environment using drones and generated the same using computers generated imagery. The train blast scene marks the coming together of Jr NTR's Komaram Bheem and Ram Charan's Rama Raju in an extraordinary situation. They put their lives on the line to save a kid from being swamped by a burning train.
The VFX team, led by supervisor Daniel French, had to work on this one scene for months in order to create the right set of elements to make the shot look as realistic as possible. Creature artists, FX artists, Matte Painter, Creature Animators, Miniature Builders, and 3D generalists, among others, worked on the project meticulously for this one scene to reach its maximum potential which evidently turned out to be very successful at the end.