Vaishno Devi

Vaishno Devi in VR! Vroozy has made a Vaishno Devi movie in VR 

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Virtual Reality for mythological films is on the increase, and “Mata Vaishno Devi ki Kahani” is the latest to make use of this immersive movie-watching experience. The full film was developed by VROOZY Pictures and is presently accessible to see at several venues in Katra, Jammu & Kashmir, as well as aboard the high-speed Vande Bharat Express train that goes from New Delhi to Katra.

The film “Mata Vaishno Devi ki Kahani” is the first mythological film shot in virtual reality in India. The developers claim that the complete Mata Vaishno Devi tale would be given in an immersive fashion, allowing pilgrims to participate in the full Vaishno Devi experience.

Vaishno Devi: India’s first mythological VR movie

The rationale for developing a virtual reality film is that the present generation is unfamiliar with Vaishno Devi’s narrative. According to a poll performed by Vroozy, “despite 1 crore people visiting the temple every year, not even 5% of devotees know the complete narrative of Mata Vaishno Devi.”

“Here are all the answers, from why she was brought to Earth to the significant role Lord Ram played in her life when he was hunting for Mata Sita. You’ll also learn the fascinating storey of why Bhairon Nath is still revered despite Mata Vaishno Devi’s decision to murder him. Importantly, this is your explanation for why Mata became the three pindalinis that pilgrims worship today. Countless pilgrims have testified to the bizarre experience provided by the film’s use of virtual reality technology, as well as the rewarding “darshan” they received at the shrine after experiencing Mata Vaishno Devi’s trip up close.”

Vroozy Pictures has also partnered with Indian Railways to broadcast its films to passengers on the Delhi-Katra Vande Bharat Express, according to the company. There are also several well-known hotels in Katra, including Best Western, Clarks, the White Hotel, and others.

Vroozy claims that it aspires to reach the same degree of acclaim among the younger generation as MARVEL and DC’s western superhero films.