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The video provides an insight into the scale and depth of the movie.
“Baahubali’s” Rana Daggubati had attended Comic Con, Mumbai on Dec. 21, where the video was initially released. He participated in a panel discussion about “Baahubali”, alongside Sabu Cyril and Srinivas Mohan, the film’s production designer and VFX supervisor respectively.
“Baahubali” is an upcoming period drama directed by the renowned director, S. S. Rajamouli and produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni of Arka Mediaworks.
Backed by an exceptional team that boasts of 12 National awards, “Baahubali” is a much awaited two-part movie – with both parts being filmed simultaneously.
The pre-production visualization process itself demanded the work of over 25 artists who drafted at least 15,000 sketches. The video captures working stills of the artists and graphic designers working on building the entire world of “Baahubali” from scratch.
From the grand halls of power to the heart of the city, from the smallest of weapons to the largest of war machines, from story-boarding the spectacle of war to creating those who wield the power, the “Baahubali” team is leaving no stone unturned.
With a possibly record breaking budget for an Indian film, the sheer extravagance, scale and depth of “Baahubali” will sweep the audiences of their feet.
Please find below the link to the making of Baahubali.