Breathtaking Bahubali Sets
Now Ramoji Film City welcomes you to the magnificent kingdom of Mahishmathi. As we know, the kingdom's sets were installed at RFC. Hereafter, tourists are allowed to enter the sets of Mahishmathi which remained kept safe by the RFC's officials without dismantling it. It remains to be seen whether the set is kept permanently at RFC or else would it be kept safe for visitors for a limited period.
It’s a rare opportunity to experience the spectacular Bahubali sets live!
Baahubali : 50 Days, 500 Workers And Rs35 Crore Is What Went Into The Making Of The Lavish Sets Of This Magnum Opus
The magnificent Bahubali sets transformed into exclusive tourist attraction, now guests can experience the intriguing world of Bahubali with multifarious props and period pieces. The elaborate sets create the fictional universe showcasing larger-than- life imagery and the magic of make-belief.
Around 500 set artists worked under the supervision of art director Sabu Cyril and finally erected a magnificent set which stood as one of key factors to make Baahubali a visual spectacle.
The latest update is that now Mahishmathi Kingdom has been open for tourists and public visitors who come for a tour in Ramoji Film City.
The Mahishmathi Kingdom has been open from last week and the visitors have been left awestruck with the sets and sculptures from the Mahishmathi Kingdom.
Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka and Tamannaah Bhatia played the lead roles in Baahubali and Ramya Krishna, Satyaraj, Nassar played other crucial roles.
Maverick director SS Rajamouli impressed the Indian audience big time with Baahubali which released in two instalments Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali: The Conclusion.
The movies ended up as massive hits and raked huge money in all the released languages. The makers are said to be left in huge profits after they invested hundreds of crores. A lavish kingdom set has been laid in Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad which has been located in the outskirts of the city.