The gigantic and prestigious ‘Mahishmati’ kingdom is now open for the public at Ramoji film city. As the movie has released and became a blockbuster, the management of RFC has made those sets to be available to all the visitors and movie enthusiasts to have a closer look and feel their presence inside this Kingdom.
A lavish kingdom set has been laid in Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad which has been located in the outskirts of the city.
The construction of the entire sets of Baahubali took 50 days to complete while Rs 35 crore was invested in the development of these outlandish shooting locations. A workforce of at least 500 people was deployed, who worked relentlessly for 50 days in order to crystallize the idea of epic Mahishmati kingdom into reality.
The attraction of the sets is so immense that people are spending their free time of Diwali holidays at Ramoji Film City to catch a glimpse of unreal Mahishmati. According to the manager of the Hyderabad-based film city, Baahubali sets are drawing 10,000-15,000 visitors in a day.[ecp code=”4″]
The sets of Baahubali the beginning cost around Rs 28 crore. In the sequel, several new scenes were filmed by adding some new elements to the same set. After a sum of Rs 35 crore, the sets were constructed and the movie was shot, which repeated the commercial success of its predecessor.
The visitors are awestruck after watching the sets and sculptures from the Mahishmathi Kingdom. What more interesting is the props like Swords, shields, spears etc used in Baahubali:The Beginning and Baahubali:The Conclusion are well arranged inside the set for added excitement.
Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka and Tamannaah Bhatia played the lead roles in Baahubali and Ramya Krishna, Satyaraj, Nassar played other crucial roles.