Directed by SS Rajamouli and released in 2015, ‘Bahubali’ became a global phenomenon in the purest sense of the word courtesy its mesmerizing visual appeal and compelling screenplay. Shot simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu, the epic drama featured Prabhas in the lead role. This year, its highly anticipated sequel is likely to arrive in theaters much to the delight of fans and casual viewers alike. While not much is known about the film at present, it is expected to be more emotional that the first part. As we await the release of the sequel, we get you behind-the-scenes moments from ‘Bahubali’.
Prabhas and Rana Daggubati share a light moment on the sets of ‘Baahubali’.
Anushka Shetty and Rana Daggubati are all ears to Nassar.
Prabhas and Tamannah Bhatia chat during the shoot of their romantic track.
This one looks so soothing. Prabhas and filmmaker SS Rajamouli might not be chatting, but their expressions of happiness and contentment say it all.
We have seen Prabhas and Rana Daggubati showing their might during battles in the film. But this funny fight looks way too interesting.
They are stars, they play siblings in the film, but they are just not rivals despite being in the same profession.
Anushka Shetty doesn’t want to miss even this look! That’s why the seflie? Or is it just the photo of the shooting venue?
Just so much too discuss.
Katappa and Bijjaladeva have something funny to share here.
It is the instructions and vision of filmmaker SS Rajamouli that made the film such a success.
Yes, that’s how filmmaker SS Rajamouli scouted locations for ‘Baahubali’.
Oh those waterfalls! Simply amazing!
Each shot of the film was flawless because a lot of thought went into it.
Such has been the impact of #Baahubali even before the release that two-time Oscar winning French director, Claude Lelouch who has directed around 50 films visited the cast on the sets.
That’s what you call bonding!
It was the off-screen bonding between Prabhas and Tamannas was captured well in the film.
Again scouting the locations.
That’s how action sequences are shot.