Speaking on the same Suparn Verma director Aatma said, “In terms of VFX, we have taken it to the next level. It’s a very small budget film and still we haven’t compromised on quality and that too in a controlled budget. There are as many as 340 VFX shots in the film but they are not in your face; they are so well integrated in the film!”.
Suparn closely supervised the entire process as it was being undertaken at Reliance MediaWorks.
After making thrillers like Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena and Acid Factory, writer-director Suparn Verma has moved on to the horror genre with Aatma. One thing that he was sure of before stepping into this new world, he had to ensure a world class treatment. This also meant that he was quite particular about keeping the transition from reality to special effects as seamless as possible so that audiences were entirely immersed in the narrative instead of being put off by a jerky narrative that at times becomes noticeable.
Aatma is a seamless integration of breath taking VFX, as well as amazing Colour Grading. DOP Sophie brings this out with support of Naveen & Santosh of Reliance MediaWorks.