According to him, Kayal has around 20 minutes of VFX. He believes that he would run short of time if he has not finished the visual-effects portions. As he doesn't like to do a poor job, he shot those portions well in advance.
"There are about 15-20 minutes of visual effects-facilitated scenes in the film, especially towards the climax. I have already shot them because I felt I may run out of time if I do it in the end, closer to the release of the film. I didn't want to do a shoddy job and, therefore, already worked on it with visual effects designers," Prabhu told IANS.
Indeed, the climax portions has been wrapped up and the Kayal team is now busy shooting other portions. "Most filmmakers shell out very less or limited time for VFX and that's why the output is not outstanding when we see it on the big screen," he explains.
Kayal stars newbies Chandra,n Anandhi and Vincent. The team is currently shooting in multiple locations like Kanyakumari, Ladakh and Rajasthan.