Baahubali-Tradition craft & Technology in Modern Day Film Making


SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus, Baahubali is going to be showcased at the ongoing India Design Forum (IDF)-2016, as part of the ‘Make In India’ week. An initiative of the Government of India, IDF focuses on showcasing the potential of design, innovation and sustainability across India’s manufacturing sectors in the coming decade. As part of IDF, Shobu Yarlagadda, the producer of Baahubali, is going to talk about using tradition craft & technology in modern day filmmaking on February 17. The event is going to be attended by some of the biggest names in the world of manufacturing and design industry from all over the world.

It’s worth noting that Sabu Cyril, the production designer of the film, spent more than a year to create an extensive array of props and sets for the film in Ramoji Film City. In fact, the team had even planned to showcase all these in a museum so that the visitors can get a glimpse of the kind of work that has gone into making of the film. After wrapping up a major schedule in Kerala, the principal shooting of Baahubali 2 will begin soon in Hyderabad. Prabhas, Rana, Tamannaah and Anushka are part of the film, whereas Ramyakrishna and Sathyaraj will be seen in other crucial roles.