Rakesh Roshan’s much anticipated ‘Krrish 3’ will have the the best visual effects Bollywood has seen to date, it is being said. However, audiences may well be disappointed to learn that the film will not be coming with 3D magic.
In what is being seen as a u-turn by Roshan, Times of India reports that the film is being made in 2D to appeal more to the younger audiences. A source has stated, “The film that has international action director Tony Ching (Shaolin Soccer, House of Flying Daggers) on sets, is currently being shot in 2-D format only”.
It��is expected that��the VFX��work and other visual effect��will take around six months to perfect and that there is an international team currently is already putting time in for that. The source went on to say, “There may be a decision to have a 3-D version closer to release depending on the market requirement then. However as of now, the Roshans have no plans to divide their audience by releasing two versions”.
The film is slated for a Diwali 2013 release.