Laraib Atta; the Daughter of Atta Ullah Esakhelvi Becomes the First VFX Artist from Pakistan

The daughter of renowned and a notable Pakistani folk singer Attaullah Niazi, Laraib Atta worked as a visual effects artist in Tom Cruise’s movie, Mission: Impossible-Fallout. She enrolled herself as a significant role in Tom Cruise epic mission. BBC called her the youngest VFX artist from Pakistan.

Laiba Atta is the youngest Pakistani VFX artist. Her first Hollywood movie released when she was on her last teen digit. She is moving as a VFX artist and has done her tremendous work in numerous movies. In 2007, she has done her effort as a visual effects editor on Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, in 2008, she was in 10,000 BC. In the same year of 10,000 BC works, she completed her responsibility as a view-d artist in “The Chronicles of Narnia”. , Prince of Persia, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and Godzilla. Now, in the latest movie of Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible-Fallout, she made her name on the top of the list as a digital composer.    

Laraib Atta is following the same way as his father; Attaullah Niazi does to make Pakistan proud. In one of her interview, she said about her first embarrassing condition when she kept her first step on the Hollywood because she did not know about the visual effects. She only considers the visual effects as a magic for films.   

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