The audio release of SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali – The Beginning" has reportedly been postponed again and is likely to be held in Tirupathi on Saturday, 13 June.
The music of "Baahubali – The Beginning", which has been composed by MM Keeravani, was initially said to be launched on 31 May. But the makers confirmed its delay at a press conference and apologised to the audience for testing their patience. They reportedly wanted to have a huge gathering of audience at the audio release, but did not get permission from the police due to security issues.
The trailer of "Baahubali – The Beginning" was to be released at its audio launch, but the makers changed their initial plans and unleashed the trailer in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam on YouTube. All the four versions of the trailer have garnered huge response from the viewers across the globe.
It was reported later that the producers had decided to hold its audio launch function at Ramoji Film City on 10 June. Before making an official announcement about it, they reportedly wanted to make sure the accommodation for thousands of fans at one place. But the makers were once gain forced to push the event ahead.
The latest reports suggest that the audio launch function of "Baahubali" will be held in Tirupati on 13 June. As announced earlier, Nani will host the event, which will see the presence of Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka, Tamannaah apart from other cast and crew of the project. A new trailer is also expected to be released on the occasion.