Rajamouli About Baahubali Part-2
SS Rajamouli has extended the wait for us all to know ‘Why Kattappa killed Baahubali’. The director who earlier said that the wait would end in june, 2016, is now giving us clues that we might have to wait till 2017 for the suspense to end. When Rajamouli addressed International media he said that Baahubali part-2 would not be released in July, 2016 but would probably hit theatres by the end of that year. When he says end of 2016, it can be understood that the film would be released in Jan, 2017 for Pongal or during summer time of 2017.
Since Baahubali The Beginning is a super hit that broke numerous records in India, director Rajamouli who is enjoying the success is touring the world to release Baahubali Part-1 in as many countries as possible. Latest news is that Baahubali The Beginning will be screened at Busan Film Festival in South Korea. Fans were excited and surrounded to get the director’s autograph sign. Baahubali Part-1 will soon be released in China and Japan.
Coming to Baahubali Part-2…
It was told that shoot for Baahubali part-2 will begin on 2nd November but there is a change in date now. Shoot will reportedly start in the end of November. Producer Shobu Yarlagadda announced that though budget for both parts together was initially fixed to Rs.250 crores, they have decided to spend excess Rs.50 crore on second part based on profits earned on Baahubali The Beginning (part-1). This sums the total budget of part- 1 and part-2 together to Rs.300 crore. Great response was seen for the war sequence and graphics in Baahubali Part-1. Director Rajamouli says that along with much more intense war scenes and computer graphics in part-2, there will be great emotional indulgence. Also the director said that although same characters continue in part-2, their behavioral style would be different from that in part-1. Schedule one of the shoot is being planned at the end of November in Ramoji Film City and schedule two in Himachal Pradesh.
Dear Rajamouli, however much time you take, the next film should be an extravaganza that will lead you to Hollywood.