Baahubali: The Beginning Movie Review Replug - If this is the beginning, one can only wonder what the culmination will be like
The tale has the muscle to run the distance
The cost of producing the two-part extravaganza is set to dwarf that of Baahubali, which is biggest budget film to date at around Rs 450 crores
"For the war sequences in the film, we shot continually for 120 days with just breaks of one or two days in between," says Senthil Kumar
Baahubali: The Beginning opened for the first time across 4,000 screens worldwide and released in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi on July 10, 2015
Baahubali: The Beginning which released to a blockbuster status in 2015, will release across 1,000 screens in India on Friday
Producer Shobu Yarlagadda, whose film Baahubali: The Conclusion releases on April 28, said that the film will have the biggest release in India at par with any Khan film. He added that S S Rajamouli's film will also hit across 1,000 screens in the US, the biggest for any Indian film. "It's getting bigger than what we planned. We are glad that it panned out this way," Mr Yarlagadda said.
Rana Daggubati Said that he got an offer to play the role of a war-lord in a Russian film. Baahubali: The Conclusion releases on April 28.
Baahubali director, SS Rajamouli, has confirmed that he is planning on a short Baahubali TV series, which will approximately have 10-13 episodes. SS Rajamouli revealed that he cannot compile the book The Rise of Sivagamiinto 2-3 hours movie so will bring it as a mini television series.
Baahubali Director, SS Rajamouli, said that if a filmmaker promises to base the story of the movie on human emotions rather than on regional emotions, then the film will surely cross the regional barrier and be a national film. "I'm happy that Baahubali is a pan Indian film.