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Did Sidharth Anand gave an epic comeback to Rohit Shetty’s indirect dig to VFX in Pathaan

The world of Bollywood is known for its drama, rivalries, and sometimes, even public feuds. Recently, the industry was caught in a controversy when director Rohit Shetty made a dig at the use of Visual Effects (VFX) in films. This was seen as a direct attack on the recent blockbuster film “Pathaan” directed by Siddharth Anand. Shetty’s comments sparked a heated debate among the netizens, who took to social media to voice their opinions.

Many netizens felt that Anand had given a befitting reply to Shetty’s indirect dig at VFX in “Pathaan”. They believed that Anand had used the technology in a seamless and innovative manner to enhance the overall cinematic experience. They felt that the VFX used in the film was top-notch and added to the grandeur of the movie. The netizens were of the opinion that the use of VFX in “Pathaan” was a testament to Anand’s technical brilliance and creativity.

On the other hand, some netizens supported Shetty’s stance and felt that the use of VFX had become over-reliant in recent times, leading to a decline in the quality of storytelling in films. They felt that the focus on visual effects had taken away from the importance of a strong script and good acting. They argued that a film’s success should be judged on the basis of its story and the impact it has on the audience, and not just on its visual effects.

Despite the differing opinions, there is no denying the fact that VFX has revolutionized the film industry. It has allowed filmmakers to bring their vision to life and create fantastical worlds that were previously impossible to create. However, the key is to use the technology in a way that complements the story and does not become a crutch for lack of creativity.

In conclusion, the debate over the use of VFX in films will continue to rage on, but it is up to each filmmaker to use the technology in a way that enhances their vision and brings their story to life. Siddharth Anand’s “Pathaan” has undoubtedly set the bar high for the use of VFX in Indian films, and it remains to be seen how other filmmakers will respond to this challenge.

Ziya Khan


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