Sunday, August 31, 2014
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After a very successful shoot in Hyderabad, the Baahubali crew has moved to the town of Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra. The schedule here will be a fortnight and the team is expected back in Hyderabad in the second week of September.
The shoot features Prabhas and Tammannah and the crew will be shooting more of the talkie scenes that are crucial to the story line of the movie. The entire crew has travelled to the location last week.
Prabhas, Rana, Anushka and Tamanna are the lead actors in this S.S. Rajamouli film. Arka Mediaworks is producing this big budget project and the production team is looking at a Summer 2015 release for the first part of the movie.
M.M. Keeravaani is composing the music while Sabu Cyril is handling production design. Senthil is the cinematographer and Peter Hein is handling the stunts.
Source : releaseday.com
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Lyricist Madhan Karky (son of National award winning lyricist Vairamuthu) began his career in Kollywood as a dialogue writer (with Endhiran/Robo) and he is now writing the Tamil dialogues for SS Rajamouli's Tamil-Telugu bilingual Mahaabali (Baahubali in Telugu). He says the dialogues in the fantasy epic, which stars Prabhaas, Anushka, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah, Ramya Krishnan, Sathyaraj and Nasser, will be in chaste Tamil.
In Selvaraghavan's 2010-film Aayirathil Oruvan, some portions had characters talking in ancient Tamil that many, at that time, had difficulty understanding."Since it is a period film, the dialogues have to be in chaste Tamil. However, we wanted it to be the kind of Tamil that everyone understands. So, it will be chaste and at the same time simple... closer to the dialogues in films like Manohara and Nadodi Mannan," says the lyric writer. At the same time, he adds that he is not using these films as references and is taking care to ensure that the language used in the film conveys the period the film is set in (which is an unspecified period and involves kings and princes).
Karky has also written dialogues for the upcoming Vai Raja Vai and is currently working on Venkat Prabhu's Masss. "Mahaabali is a totally different experience for me and I'm going to be occupied with this project till 2016 (the film will be released in two parts — the first one in 2015). So, I'm actually trying to take only one other dialogue writing project alongside this one till then," he says.
Source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/
Saturday, August 23, 2014
The shooting of S S Rajamouli’s Baahubali is going on a brisk pace in Hyderabad. A small schedule was recently completed in RFC, and some key scenes were shot on Prabhas, Rana, Anushka and Stayaraj.
Now, according to the latest update, the unit will take a three day break and will head to Mahabaleswar on the 26th of August. A major schedule has been planned there, and once the shoot finishes, the team will head back to RFC again for the rest of the shoot.
Baahubali will be made in two parts, and this project is already making news for its pre-release business.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
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Thursday, August 14, 2014
The upcoming film of Young Rebel star Prabhas Baahubali is creating wonders in the trade circles. It seems that this movie has done Rs 120 crore plus pre release business shattering all the existing records in Telugu Film Industry.
The makers of the film are estimating that the movie rights in Andhra Pradesh, Nizam, Karnataka and overseas alone will get 88 crore plus business. The Tamil and Hindi version for the satellite rights and theatrical rights will bring other Rs 15-25 crores which makes the total to Rs 120 Crores.
If this amount is reached, Baahubali will be a threat to Rajinikanth’s Robo in terms of Pre Release business. The shooting of Baahubali 1 is progressing at brisk pace and it is planned for summer 2015 release, April 17th is the tentative release date.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
A film set is almost synonymous with cacophony, hollering, and the hustle-bustle that is the routine. Contrary to all this, we hear that the set of SS Rajamouli's upcoming Baahubali is almost always remarkably quiet despite the presence of hundreds of people on the sets. A pin-drop silence prevails once the camera starts rolling. Strict instructions have been given to every supporting cast and crew member to maintain silence when a scene is being shot. So why are they walking this extra mile to ensure that except the dialogues by the lead actors, there's no noise in the background? The answer lies in the attention to detail in terms of sound design.
Although the makers dropped the idea of shooting the film with sync-sound, PM Satheesh, who has worked for films like Talaash, The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Kaminey among other films, is on board as the sound designer. "It's an enormous set with hundreds of cast and crew members, besides the presence of equipments like air conditioners and other machinery. Initially, it was very difficult for everyone to adapt to absolute silence when we shot the scenes. Since it's a period action drama, we didn't want any modern sounds in the background and hence, it was important for us to record the sound live on the location. After the shot is done, we record the sound of each room and each one has its own reverberation," PM Satheesh reveals.
The entire cast including Prabhas, Anushka, Rana and Tamannaah are reportedly quite surprised with the discipline on the sets and sources say that the credit goes to Rajamouli and Sri Valli. "We have inculcated this culture right from the beginning. We have just wrapped up the 200th day of the shoot and there's still a long way to go," Shobu Yarlagadda, the producer, says, adding, "Baahubali is one of the very few films in South where a lot of importance is being given to sound recording. We dropped the idea of shooting with sync sound since the dialogue delivery has to be modified accordingly. The sound design team embeds various types of micro-phones throughout the set to record the ambient sound, which will lend a natural feel to the film. It's necessary, because some of these sounds aren't available in the market. It's quite a challenge for everyone."
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
BlueSky Cinemas, one of the leading players in overseas market for Indian movies is now brining another prestigious and costliest ever made project of Tollywood Magnum Opus ‘Bahubali’ into overseas market.
‘Bahubali’ the name itself is creating a sensation and getting ready to take our Telugu film industry to next level by creating many wonders and records by setting new standards for Tollywood. Tough task master SS Rajamouli who needs no introduction to Indian Cinema is working hard to make this magical wonder. Young Rebel star Prabhas is coming up with another Powerful role followed by several leading actors/actress like Rana, Anushka Shetty, Tamanna, Satyaraj, Nassar, Adivi Sesh, Tanikella Bharani and Sudeep in crucial roles.
Music is being composed by none other than MM Keeravani and getting ready to show his musical magic once again with Bahubali along with Rajamouli.
BlueSky will be releasing this movie in record number of theaters with best possible screens like Big D, XD, IMAX, Dolby ATMOS where ever possible to bring the wonderful experience of the film.
Monday, August 11, 2014
Sunday, August 10, 2014
S S Rajamouli’s magnum opus is getting bigger day by day. Never has any film in the history of Tollywood, got such a hype and hysteria. All those who are connected with this film are living a dream by working with the genius Rajamouli.
Now, according to the latest update, the overseas distribution rights has been bagged for Blue Sky for a whopping amount. Shooting of the film is currently on in Hyderabad, and the movie is slated to release in two parts. Prabhas, Rana Daggubatti, Anushka and Tamanna play major roles in this film which has music by M M Keeravani.
Source : 123telugu.com