There is no film like Baahubali. It’s one of the most successful Indian films that created a rage not only among the Indian audiences but also across the world. After breaking several records on the first day of its release, SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus is still making headlines.
The movie was a visual treat. The grandeur and detailing of the world of Mahishmati mesmerised the audiences. Now get ready to take a trip to kingdom as the sets of the movie have become a tourist attraction. At Ramoji Film City, where the movie was shot, the sets of the movie have been preserved so that people can come and see where one of the most successful films was shot.
Price of entry tickets range between Rs 1250 and Rs 2349. Booking can only be made online at the official website of the film city. As of now, they are available until Dec. 14.
“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,” a studio official was quoted as saying by Mid-day.
“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,” producer Shobu Yarlagadda said.