At that point they might rewind the picture, spread the other half and shoot the same scene with the performer playing a different character.
Things got less demanding when computerized film was presented. Anyone and many individuals might do twofold movement pictures. Anyhow, the ravenous KV Anand, felt free to ahead and investigated systems in making a picture on conjoined twins. Maattrraan needed heightened plan and even higher supposing, arranging and physical work, to emerge.
Notwithstanding, every bit of the work contributed by KV Anand and his group has paid off. K V Anand has proven this in his recent movie Maattraan. This movie has been awarded for Best VFX in Indian film category. Visual Effects Supervisor Srinivas Mohan received the award.
NFOCOM – ASSOCHAM announced EME Awards (Excellence in Media & Entertainment). It is an annual International competition that recognizes the highest talent in Animation & VFX.
Recently the the protoype of the VFX used in Maatraan found its place as one of the best movies in VFX works and topped the charts in the eminent VFX portal 'Fx Guide' under the tag of 'A new wave of brilliant invisible effects'.
Now the latest is that the team won " “EME award 2013″ – Best Vfx in an Indian feature film category. Srinivasa Mohan tweeted "Thanks to the jury for selecting “Maattrraan".Thanks again to Director K.V Anand, Actor Surya, Dop Soundhar, Editor Antony, Make-up Banu, Art director Rageevan and producers of AGS for great support. Thanks to Paul debevec, his team and Hao li for technical support. Special thanks to my entire VFX artists team ".
Srinivas Mohan Visual Effects Supervisor and CEO of Indian Artists Computer Ltd, has done the awesome VFX in Maattrraan, where Suriya played Siamese twins. Srinivas has earlier won three National Film Awards for his VFX work in -Endhiran (2010), Sivaji (2007) and Magic Magic (2001)