Supernatural drama Naagin 6 entertains fans with a thrilling drama. The main star Tejasswi Prakash saw the entry of a number of magical creatures, the most recent being the Yeti. Producer Ekta Kapoor gave a glimpse of the mammoth mythical creature her team created. Through the headline, she mentioned that even though the budget was not too great when it came to television, she loved the Yeti. “Vfx on TV budgets, but it’s not bad that the yeti fought the nagin and we loved it 😎😎😎😃😃😃 ♥ ️ ♥ ️ ♥ ️ ♥ ️ ♥ ️ ♥ ️ ♥ ️ ♥ ️,” Kapoor wrote.
In the video we see a mountain creature walking in the snow and bending its arms. With brown eyes and a scary face, the Yeti looks scary as they roar loudly in the trailer. ‘Naagin’ Tejasswi Prakash seemed to be fascinated by the animation when she published the emoticons in love for Ekty’s post. Actor Rakshanda Khan also replied, “It’s not just about budgets, it’s about really tight schedules! @Ektarkapoor and @balajitelefilmslimited are doing great. ”
On the other hand, fans had mixed reactions to the song Naagin 6 and visual effects. The social user wrote: “Ah, the visualas are so great and #tejasswiprakash highlights it as SarvasresthaseshNaagin…… yah, she regained her strength“, “added another,” VFX was so bad that it didn’t even meet naagina standards. “
Ekta Kapoor previously spoke to indianexpress.com about whether the quality of VFX raises the question of Indian content when it comes to supernatural dramas. “We do not realize that we only communicate with people from the urban sector. But there is more to India. There may be a lack of voice and maturity, but someone is watching these shows, so the numbers are coming. Naagin was adapted in the Southern languages and succeeded there. I also think that Indian folklore has not been so well received. Yes, we need to improve our special effects, but we need to improve our budgets for that. In fact, I think we are still in the phase of managing our budget. We rely more on our writing, our twists and our special effects. I think it’s fun and challenging to create science fiction and Indian fiction. In India, at least, we’ve created shapes that change shape, ”she said.
In addition to Tejasswi Prakash, Maheck Chahal, Simba Nagpal, Urvashi Dholakia and Sudha Chandran will also appear in the Colors weekend series.