SS Rajamouli's magnum opus movie "Baahubali" is creating waves across international circuits. The flick, which was planned as a single instalment initially, was later announced in two parts.
Now, it has been learnt that the makers of the movie are looking to make the international version of the film shorter.
"Arka CEO Shobu Yarlagadda said the international version of the film would shorten the two-parter's 290-minute running time, adjusting the emphasis between drama and songs," reported Screendaily
"Baahubali" is one of the most-awaited movies of the year and it is being made in Tamil and Telugu languages with a budget of around ₹175 crore. The pre-release business, according to some reports, has already crossed the ₹100 crore mark.
The movie is scheduled to release in over 3,500 screens in India by July 2015.
Although almost all posters introducing important characters have been released, those of Bhalladeva and Baahubali is expected to come out on 20 and 22 May, respectively.
The film has created a massive buzz with its posters and the director of the movie has announced that the trailer and the audio of the movie will be released on 31 May, 2015.
— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) May 16, 2015
Meanwhile, several reports have claimed that the audio launch function of "Baahubali" will be a grand affair. Producers are expected to spend over ₹1 crore for the event and several popular stars from Telugu and Tamil film industries are likely to attend the audio launch.
The movie has a highly impressive star cast comprising Prabhas, Rana Duggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Sudeep, Satyaraj, Ramya Krishnan, Adivi Shesh, Nassar, Tanikella Bharani, and Subburaj.
The big-budget movie is being produced by Prasad Devineni, K Raghavendra Rao, and Shobu Yarlagadda under the banner of Arka Mediaworks.