NEW DELHI, Dec. 1 -- From Shah Rukh Khan becoming a dwarf in Zero to Akshay Kumar becoming a gigantic bird in 2.0 - it's all possible because of the magic of VFX, or visual effects. Though the recent release, Thugs of Hindostan, failed despite its extensive use of VFX, the strong response to 2.0 - starring Akshay and Rajinikanth and shot at a reported budget of Rs 550 crore and the lineup of more films with this technology are evidence that Bollywood has embraced its power. It was Shah Rukh's film Ra.One (2011), mounted on a budget of Rs 130 crore, that first gave India a taste of bigscale VFX. The pay-off for that film was not so great, but in recent times, the success of the Baahubali franchise and its visual effects have encouraged filmm...