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Prabhas-Anushka Shetty's "Baahubali" is one of the most-anticipated films and the historic drama has been in news ever since it went on floors in 2013.

"Baahubali" team has completed one year's journey in making the film, which is one of the big-budget entertainers of Telugu cinema. They have come up with a special video that gives a glimpse of their path breaking effort in making the period action drama film.

The teaser, uploaded on video sharing site YouTube, has received overwhelming response from fans. They have given positive feedback about the video, which has fetched over 4 lakh hits in less than two days. It is fast approaching the five lakh mark and currently features in the list of most popular videos on YouTube India.

This is not the first time that the film's makers have released videos about their project. Earlier, the first looks of Prabhas, Shetty and Rana Daggubatti were unveiled for their respective birthdays. They have also released several other teasers such as "How to climb an elephant", "Tips for the exams" and a video on the stunt master Peter Hein. To check for those videos, click HERE

Directed by Rajamouli, "Baahubali" will be a Tamil-Telugu bilingual with Prabhas, Shetty, Tamannaah and Daggubatti in lead roles. Sathyaraj, Nassar, Ramya Krishnan, Kicha Sudeep, Adivi Sesh, Subba Raju and Rakesh Varre are also part of the film's cast.

"Baahubali" music is composed by M.M. Keeravaani, cinematography is handled by K K Senthil Kumar and editing is done by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni are producing the film, which is said to be made with a whopping budget of ₹175 crore. The film, being made in two parts, will have extensive VFX works. The presence of big stars and lavish sets has also contributed to the film's big budget.

The Prabhas starrer is carrying huge expectations as director Rajamouli has an impressive track of hit films including "Magadheera", "Vikramarkudu" and "Eega." According to latest reports, the film is creating records in pre-release business. A well-known distributor has bought the Ceded and Karnataka distribution rights of the film's first part for ₹13 crores and ₹9 crores, respectively, reported idlebrain. Buzz is that the film's distribution rights for the Nizam region has been sold for a whopping ₹25 crore, according to a report in Times of India.

The first part of "Baahubali" is all set to hit the screens in April 2015.