After impressing everyone with the larger-than-life sets of "Baahubali-The Beginning", Sabu Cyril is now ready to design the sets of the upcoming International Film Festival of India 2015 (IFFI).

Goa is all set to host IFFI 2015 for which the "Baahubali" fame art director will create every aspect of the sets, right from the peacock motif as the logo to an appealing ambience at different event venues, said a statement.

With a career spanning over two decades, Sabu Cyril has been associated with some of landmark films in Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil. 

Speaking about his association with IFFI 2015, Sabu Cyril said: "I am very pleased to be a part of one of the biggest film festivals of Asia. In a commercially competitive world of filmmaking, the International Film Festival of India is doing a great job of promoting aesthetically rich Indian films, which are no less than a masterpiece in the context of cinematography and art direction. It feels good to handle the creative responsibilities of one of the prestigious film festivals in the world. IFFI is a great platform for aspiring as well as established filmmakers to showcase their talent to global audience and let them experience the creativity of Indian cinema."

The organisers are happy about Cyril handling the job.

"We are delighted to have Mr. Sabu Cyril on board for IFFI 2015. He is a perfect combination of great credentials and imaginative skills and has been a part of some of the best and globally renowned Indian films. Under his creative guidance, I am sure the 46th IFFI would be a wonderful journey of visual opulence that will impress the film lovers across the globe," said C. Senthil Rajan, Director, DFF.

The 46th IFFI will be held from 20 November to 30 November.

Meanwhile, Sabu Cyril has already commenced work with director SS Rajamouli for "Baahubali 2" (Baahubali-The Conclusion).