Prabhas as Baahubali
Prabhas as BaahubaliTwitter/Karan Johar

SS Rajamouli's magnum opus movie "Bahaubali" has ran into trouble again.

Three days before the official launch, the songs of the upcoming movie have been leaked online and the link for the download has gone viral on Internet and social media, according to reports. 

Officials are yet to identify the culprits behind the leak. Some sources claim that an unidentified group had leaked the songs as well as the download link on Whats App and Twitter, and the news went viral within seconds.

This has come as come as a blow to the makers of the movie who have planned a grand audio launch on 13 June at Sri Venkateswara University grounds, Tirupati.

Reports had said over 50,000 fans and many celebs from Bollywood and regional cinema will attend the event.

The team had earlier planned to have the audio launch on 31 May in Hyderabad but cancelled it due to security reasons.

The hype around the audio launch has been too high, especially after the trailer launch. The background score composed by MM Keeravani got great reviews for its global appeal. The lyrics for the Tamil version have been penned by Madhan Karky.

"Baahubali" has nine songs and each one stands out in its composition.

The music rights of "Baahubali' have been acquired by Bengaluru-based music company Lahari Audio for a whooping ₹3 crore, the highest for any Tamil or Telugu movie.

The star cast of "Baahubali" includes Prabhas as Baahubali, Rana Daggubati as Bhalladeva, Tamanna as Avanthika, Sudeep as Aslam Khan, Sathyaraj as Kattappa, Nasser as Pingalathevan, Prabhakar as Kalakkeya, Ramya Krishna as Shivagami, and Anushka Shetty as Devasena.

"Baahubali" is being touted as an epic that narrates the story of two brothers.

The film is the most expensive ever produced in India till date, as it is being made with a budget of around ₹175 crore. The pre-release business, according to some reports, has already crossed the ₹100-crore mark.