The computer graphic work on the multi-crore film Bachchan, that is releasing next week, alone has cost Rs 1 crore. The film has already cleared the Censor board, but the film team is giving last minute touches to the film in a studio in Hyderabad. Almost every scene in the film has CG effects including background and animation. This is the reason for the high CG bill. This is one of the highest amounts spent on any film in Kannada, which is equal to the total budget of a small-scale film.
The film makers including producer Uday K Mehta and director Shashank had decided it would be 'unlimited CG' even before the film began. The CG work is not limited to creating special background in songs but also for much of the action sequences. Bullet firing, blasts and even a car accident has been created using CG.