Baahubali: Mahishmati Kingdom Opens For Public At Ramoji Film City


Tollywood Director SS Rajmouli’s Baahubali Series, i.e, Baahubali: The Beginning, and Baahubali: The Conclusion are two biggest blockbusters in Indian Film Industry. Both this films taken the Indian film to International standards. And also created new records at Box office.

The film stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah Bhatia, Anushka Shetty, Sathyaraj, Ramya Krishnan.  It is produced by ARKA mediaworks. The film will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam and each of the versions has been raked by the biggest producers of the respective industries.  Everyone overall the country knows the Baahubali film. The hype for the film is so huge that it is still creating headlines.

Apart from stellar cast and the intriguing plot, Fans can’t forget the larger-than-life, grandeur-filled sets of the film which grabbed the attention since the first part of Baahubali. Everything about the period drama ‘Baahubali’, set in medieval India appears larger than life including the kingdom of Mahishmati, with its gigantic temples and courtyards, the landscapes comprising mystical waterfalls and mountains, and the epic battles. The Mahishmati kingdom is one great kingdom that is being under discussion.

The grand sets of Baahubali in Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad have been declared as a tourist spot. now guests can experience the intriguing world of Bahubali with multifarious props and period pieces.

The set, which had cost a whopping Rs 60 crore, has turned out to be a major tourist attraction. The massive setup is sprawled across a massive area of 100 acres. Exploring the sets would cost one Rs 1,250 in case it’s a general tour, (entry time 9 am to 11:30 am) and a premium tour for Rs. 2,349 (entry time from 9 am to 2 pm) with tickets available exclusively for online booking only.

A studio official told Mid- Day, “A cumulative of over Rs. 60 crore was spent on creating the sets of the film over two parts. Besides the set, some props too have been retained for visitors to see. We have many film students, cinema lovers and even general public visiting us. At the moment, it’s the spot that is attracting maximum tourists for us.”

Producer Shobu Yerlagadda confirmed to the tabloid saying, “The officials at Ramoji approached us with the idea and we were happy to oblige. It took us months to create the set and we were anyway planning to retain the set for later use. What better than to feel that we’ve created something for posterity.”

You can book your tickets on Ramoji’s official website although the bookings are available only till December 14 for now.

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