There has been all the promo, and publicity about the much awaited Telugu film Bahubali. Many artists (technicians and other crew members) have been roped in to make this film.
Coming to the technical work of the film, as many as 600 graphic artists have involved giving the movie a unique visual experience to the audience. The director of the film S.S Rajamouli has said “We have spent the huge amount, on each and every aspect of the film… to make it a grand success”. While the movie will also be released simultaneously in Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam… fans of Rajamouli across the world are awaiting with great expectations, to watch the film.
The film will be released in four different languages, in nearly 4,000 screens worldwide. Many big artists in the south film industry (Prabhas, Tamannaah, Ramya Krishna, Rana and others) are playing key roles in this film. The producers have spent a whopping Rs.250 crores the costliest Indian film to be made, apart from budget Rajamouli has also said “The film will be made in two parts, as there is a lot of story to tell, and the emotional quotient added to it”. He said the second part of the film would be released with a gap of 10 months, the makers of this movie are hopeful that, apart from becoming a commercial success it will beat the records set by Hollywood films like Ben-Hur, Troy, Gladiator.
Bahubali obviously will set a new record in Indian films, and also globally… the X-Factor of this film is it is being made on the backdrop of a fictional historical story. Which will be more appealing and interesting to watch, for the audiences across India and the world alike? So let’s wait and watch Bahubali in action.