VFX expert moved from ‘Baahubali 2′ to Superstar's Endhiran 2
Now that acclaimed visual effects supervisor Srinivas Mohan has been roped in by director Shankar for Superstar Rajinikanth starrer ‘Enthira...
Now that acclaimed visual effects supervisor Srinivas Mohan has been roped in by director Shankar for Superstar Rajinikanth starrer ‘Enthiran 2′, he has expressed his inability to be part of ‘Baahubali 2′.
Rajinikanth is busy shooting for his upcoming film ‘Kabali’ in Malaysia. He completed the Chennai schedule and flew to Malaysia, where major portions of the film will be shot. It is already known that after completing the Pa. Ranjith directorial he will start working for Shankar’s 'Enthiran 2'. The news has excited the fans of the superstar but has made an impact on ‘Baahubali’.
It was Srinivas Mohan who supervised the VFX works in ‘Baahubali The Beginning’ and garnered the nation’s attention for a presenting a spectacular show on screen.
He has now revealed that he will not be supervising the VFX for ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’, since he would be working Shankar for ‘Enthiran 2′. Following this, R C Kamalakannan, who worked in Vijay’s ‘Puli’, is said to have been roped in by Rajamouli.
In the meantime,writer Jeyamohan has apparently completed script works for ‘Enthiran 2′ and the shoot will commence in February next year. Amy Jackson is tipped to be the heroine, while Hollywood top star Arnold is expected to be seen in a key role.