Baahubali 2: Rana Daggubati EXCLUSIVELY reveals...


After Baahubali: The beginning’s stupendous success, the buzz around the sequel is huge! The movie is slated for a 2017 release, but fans are already counting days. Finally today we will geta first glimpse of what’s to come and we can’t wait! Baahubali 2’s first look will be unveiled at MAMI at 4pm today. A few hours to go! SS Rajamouli, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhas will be present for the event. Bollywoodlife exclusively got a chance to interact with Rana Daggubati and ask him what it’s like on the sets of the biggest period war film!Is the star cast ( Prabhas, Tamannaah Bhatia, Anushka Shetty) just as excited, if not more? Or is the star cast having jitters about the sequel?  So here’s what Rana aka Bhallala Deva told us “All of us plunged into this film (Baahubali – Part 1 ) with a leap of faith. It was a very expensive film and a very big film. When we were making it, it was a new regional film in Telugu. And we were far over in terms of budgets and the way it was going to be executed and none of us knew what the results were going to be like. But with faith, we all plunged in and decided to do the best we could. And we were extremely happy with the kind of result it brought out. We were happy that we could enjoy the success of a brand like this. So when we were filming for part 2, obviously things got much simpler, because now Baahubali is a brand. So we could spend more since we would want Part 2 to look bigger than part 1, and we can do all of that with convenience and ease, without the burden that was there in Part 1. Like the kind of technicians we got for part 2, in terms of shooting the war, were international people who have worked on war films before. See in the first part, we were still figuring out, none of us had shot a war film before, so we were still discovering things, but now we have solid trained experts in that sense.”

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