Posted on December 27, 2017 at 5:26 pm

Bollywood Entertainment News! Indian TV

The VFX of Porus are a massive hit!

Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s Porus has more than impressed one and all. The sheer grandeur of the show, combined with stellar performances have truly made the magnum opus a must watch.

To add to this, the show has a Rs. 50” cries budget – a first of its kind on Indian television. This is evident from the grandeur of the sets and the costumes. In fact, the shooting of the show has also been done in style. Porus is being shot in the beautiful locations of Thailand. The entire cast and crew has been flown to Thailand for the shoot. The makers have chosen Thailand, so that they could show the water-transport route.

The beauty of Porus comes from the content and the story that it is portraying. Audience are bored of watching saas-bahu dramas and here comes something completely innovative. No one has shown this part of history before, in this way, and the subject has generated a lot of buzz. The stories of Alexander and Porus are not explored in front of Indian audience on TV. The content is brand new.

Every show does well because of the actors acting in it. They are the ones who bring life to the show. The show has an impressive cast- Laksh is playing the role of Porus, while Razia Sultan actor Rohit Purohit plays the role of Alexander. Other actors who are a part of the ensemble cast are Rati Pandey (Porus‘ mother), Aditya Redij (Porus’ father), Praneet Bhat and Ira Dubey. It is interesting to see these amazing actors come together for a historical show like Porus. In fact, Siddharth, the maker, himself, is directing the episodes. He has directed Mahabharata and Shani as well in the past, his Midas touch will create magic on screen.

The royal value of the show has a lot to do with the effects. The show is technically superior than most other shows on the tube. The VFX are superb. The promos of the show have displayed some amazing VFX. The show will be a visual delight with fabulous locations and great VFX.

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