A special "Baahubali" video, showing the making of the film, has been released. (Check video below)
The video gives us a glimpse of the efforts put in by the "Baahubali" team to create the grand sets, costumes and the weapons. The video was showcased during the Comic Con event held in Mumbai on Sunday and was received well by the audience. It is also likely to impress the fans and boost the pre-release buzz surrounding the film.
"Baahubali" is touted as the costliest film in the history of Telugu cinema. The film, directed by Rajamouli, is a historic drama with Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati and Tamannaah playing the lead roles.
Prabhas plays the title role, while Anushka appears as Devasena, Rana as Bhallala Deva and Tamannaah as Avantika. The film also has Sathyaraj, Ramya Krishnan, Nassar, Tanikella Bharani, Adivi Sesh and Sudeep in supporting roles.
There have been huge buzz on "Baahubali" thanks to the impressive first look posters and the making videos that have been released by the film's team. Recently, the makers released Rana's first look as a birthday treat for the actor. On Sunday (21 December), the first look poster of Tamannaah was unveiled on the special occasion of her birthday. Both the posters fetched positive feedback from the fans.
"Baahubali" is one of the most-awaited films of 2015. The film is being made in two parts; the first part will be released in 2015 and the second part will be out in 2016. The historic drama is currently being shot in Bulgaria. It has music by Keeravani and cinematography is handled by Senthil Kumar. Arka Media works is producing the film.
Director Rajamouli has an impressive track record of successful films including "Magadheera," "Eega" and "Chatrapathi" among others. The stupendous success of his last releases has raised the expectations on "Baahubali." The presence of a big star cast including Prabhas, Rana and Anushka has also boosted the hype surrounding the film.
"Baahubali" is expected to take big openings once the film hits the screens. However, it needs to be seen if the film's content will impress the audience.