Baahubali caused such a frenzy last year that no other Indian film could create. Directed by S.S Rajamouli, it became the 3rd highest grossing Indian film of all time. Now the makers are trying to bring out a bigger visual treat through the second part of the film, Baahubali – The Conclusion.
The films shooting is in progress at Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad. The whole set of the upcoming film is a workshop, where about 500 carpenters, sculptors and painters work hand in hand. Forts, Castles even Humans are created here. Even though fake it will deceive your eyes to be original and that’s what the makers want too.
The set for the first part of the film was created in a span of one year under the Art Director Sabu Cyril. Everyone considered it all to be CGI. The second part will have even lesser graphics than the first. So making the set as real as possible is a big challenge to be faced by the Art team. Sabu Cyril had to even say no to Rajinikanth’s Enthiran 2.0 for Baahubali.
“It is possible to do ten films with the amount of work done on Baahubali’s design works. I have been working continously for three years for both the part of the film but it gave me experience that I would have got from 10 years of work in industry. Lot of cash is being put into making things as real as possible” said Sabu Cyril in an interview given to an online portal.
News technologies like 3D printings are used in the film. Even you can see things which are never seen in films till date, in Baahubali. The commercial success of the first part helped in the production of second part to a great extent.
The film directed by S S Rajamouli and produced by Arka Media Works will hit the theatres on 28th of April 2017. Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Tamannah Bhatia and Rana Daggubati will be seen in the lead roles. K. V. Vijayendra Prasad has written both the parts of the film. Screenplay is by the director himself. M.M. Keeravani handles the music for the film. R.C. Kamalakannan is the vfx supervisor for the film edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. PM Satheesh is the sound designer and Peter Hein is responsible for the action sequences. The costume designers are Rama Rajamouli and Prasanth Tripuraneni.
M.M. Keeravani handles the music for the film. R.C. Kamalakannan is the vfx supervisor for the film edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. PM Satheesh is the sound designer and Peter Hein is responsible for the action sequences. The costume designers are Rama Rajamouli and Prasanth Tripuraneni.