Now, Baahubali – The Conclusion is running on those big screens to entertain the viewers! Baahubali is not just an epic film; it is a brand ambassador of Indian Movie Industry and it’s an open challenge to Hollywood. Right from its visuals to the architecture as well as war sequences, The Rise of Baahubali is the piece of art in its true sense.
Baahubali – The Beginning has created history in Indian and International Movie circles. The first Baahubali movie was released on 10th July 2015. After two years, Rajamouli is back with his magnificent star team including Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia, Ramya Krishnan, Sathyaraj, Adivi Sesh, Sudeep, Nassar, and Prabhakar to enthrall the audience.
Baahubali 1 – The Beginning makes the audience to sit on the edge of the seat with an uncanny twist in the climax which raises the million dollar question: Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali? Now, in the second part Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has presented the answer for this mystery question!
Everyone aware of the effects and graphics used by the team on screen, but behind the screen are many unknown facts that made this epic movie a bit hit. To shed some limelight on the hard work performed by the entire crew of Baahubali, in this article we are going to reveal the unknown yet interesting facts of both “Baahubali 1 & 2”
To shed some limelight on the hard work performed by the entire crew of Baahubali, in this article we are going to reveal the unknown yet interesting facts of – The Rise of Baahubali
Baahubali Holds a Record in Guinness Book for Largest Poster Ever Made
Baahubali, made with a big budget of Rs. 250 crores, has been by far the most expensive film ever made in India and holds a record in Guinness Book of World Record for largest film poster ever made, which is 50,000 sq. feet poster that was unveiled in Kochi, Kerala.
Baahubali, the Highest Budget Film in the History of Indian Cinema
The estimated budget of Bahubali 2 is nearly Rs. 200 Crores, out of which Rs. 30 Crores is spent only for the climax. Looks heavy right? Wait, just read the next line… 🙂 Even before the movie release, it had made a profit of estimated Rs. 500 Crores through selling rights of satellite and theater release.
Baahubali Team Worked with the Same Team Which Worked for the film “Jurassic Park”
The VFX team which worked for Hollywood film “Jurassic World” contributed to S.S. Rajamouli’s film Baahubali. In fact, 90% part of the film is VFX work and 17 VFX studios worked on Bahubali, with more than 800 technicians used in the making of this epic movie. A heavy amount of Rs. 85 crores were spent only on its visual effects.
Baahubali Invented Totally a New Language Called “Kiliki” for the Kalakeya Tribe
Did you still remind a few dialogues that sounded alien and yet scary in Baahubali 1? The language, named as ‘Kiliki’, unusual and never heard before and immediately drew all the attention. Popular Tamil lyricist and dialogue writer, Madhan Karky, is the man who invented the language.
Baahubali Team’s Body Building Exercises Had Gone to the Next Level
Body building exercises of Prabhas and Rana had gone to the next level. Both followed rigorous diet and gym schedule. They both gained weight of around 100 kilos to justify their warrior look. Even Anushka Shetty did body transformation to fit the character. In order to bulk up, both the actors had to take 6-8 meals a day and increase their non-vegetarian consumption considerably. The target for both actors was to consume 2,000-4,000 calories per day.
Box Office Record Break Made by Baahubali
Even it was expected that Baahubali will get a massive opening, the first-day collection figures left most people shocked and awed! According to the figures, the film went on to earn Rs 121 crore on the first day itself. The previous record was held by Baahubali: The Beginning that went on to earn over Rs 50 crore on the first day.
According to the Financial Express, “In the last three days, the movie has pocketed about Rs 400 crore. As per initial figures, the movie is expected to make Rs 1,000 crore as revenue after 50 days of run at the box office across the 8,000 screens, including the foreign screens.”
Already watched Baahubali – The Conclusion? If not, I assure these facts will definitely trigger you to book movie tickets right away.
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