Baahubali is not a film; it is a brand. Right from its visuals to the architecture as well as war sequences, the movie is piece of art in its true sense.
The biggest blockbuster movie of the year is here! We all have been super curious to know ‘why Kattapa killed Baahubali’ and thankfully for us, ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ has arrived to tell us why! This movie is cracking records already on every front. Be it the box-office collections or high-class technology used in the movie.
So check here’s some lesser known fact about ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is the first Indian film to be released in 4K High Definition format.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has been released over 6500 screens in India and Overseas screencount of 3500. This is by far the biggest ever screencount for any Indian movies.
Director SS Rajamouli shot 4 climax sequences of the movie! A few scenes of the movie got leaked online and to save the entire movie to face the same problem, the director shot four climax sequences of the movie as his backup plan.
In the film, the entire Mahishmati Kingdow was built by the art director Sabu Cyril. He built this mega kingdom with the help of 2000 people.
The last 30 minutes climax sequence had cost the makers 30 crores- double the amount of what ‘Baahubali- The Beginning’ climax had cost.
The film has approximately 2500 VFX shots, and close to 35 studios from various parts of the world have worked on the project.
Popular TV actor Sharad Kelkar has given his voice to the character of Bahubali in the Hindi version.
You must have seen the number of jewellery the female characters of ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ are wearing in the film. It is being said that almost about 1500 pieces of jewellery were made for the characters in the film.
Way before releasing, the film has already earned Rs 19 crores from the US and Rs 500 crores through satellite, music and theatrical rights.
‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ has made the record of setting highest ever ticket prices at Rs. 2400. The tickets have been sold for Rs. 2000 to Rs. 5000 in the black market.
By following a strict diet and with the guidance of two dieticians and personal trainers, Prabha aka Baahubali gained around 30 kg to weigh 150 kg in the movie.