Rajamouli definitely knows how to catch the attention of the audience. The film’s publicity team recently shot a video featuring Rajamouli where he talked about the step-by-step process that is being followed for Eega’s for post production. “Eega has 2234 VFX shots and it’s proving to be quite a technical challenge. So far, we have managed to lock down more than 2000 VFX shots and Makuta, who’s creating most of the visual effects for the film, has promised that they’ll complete all the work by June 20,” Rajamouli revealed. To put it in proper perspective about the scale of VFX in Eega, Rajamouli’s previous film Magadheera had only 890 VFX shots. Now that everything is nearing completion stage, Rajamouli is confident that the film will hit the screens on July 6.