The Baahubali set which was created by spending Rs. 60 crore for both films will not be destroyed but retained by Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad to let people fro m inside and outside the country how much pain and sweat was sacrificed to create a super- duper hit film which is one of Indian films’ pride.
Grab a ticket to Hyderabad and take a tour around ‘Mahishmathi’. The Baahubali sets are sprawled across a massive area of 100 acres, all of which is now open to the public.
With tickets priced at Rs. 1,250 for a general tour (entry time 9 am to 11:30 am) and a premium tour for Rs. 2,349 (entry time from 9 am to 2 pm) with tickets available exclusively for online booking only one can enjoy the pride of our makers.
Students and corporate offices can also make bookings with special packages, reads the Film City's official website.
At the moment, it's the spot that is attracting maximum tourists for us," an official of the studio said.
Credit for designing the massive Baahubali sets go to not only award-winning production designer Sabu Cyril but also his team, who created some 1,500 sketches to bring Mahishmathi alive on screen. "The pre-production team had made 1500 sketches, in view of which the film was later shot," the official added.
S S Rajamouli's ambitious series of Baahubali movies have been made on a humongous budget of Rs. 150 crore - which is only one-tenth of what the second part of the epic saga has made