Video: Prabhas expresses his excitement as Baahubali prepares for a world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London
SS Rajamouli and Co has managed to raise the standards of Telugu cinema with the powerful success Baahubali franchise. With a monstrous budget close to Rs 400 million, the two-part film accumulated a world total of more than Rs 1800 million. Without stopping with that, the great work launched a great ovation in countries like Japan, where the characters of the film created a great impact among the local public.
It’s already evident that the first part ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ is all set for a world premiere on the giant screen at the Royal Albert Hall in London. This special screening will be accompanied by the epic score of MM Keeravani performed live in synchronization by the Royal Philharmonic concert orchestra. The event is scheduled for October 19.
See this post on InstagramOne of the highlights of the great show will be the attendance of original cast members, which include Prabhas , Frog Daggubati and Anushka Shetty . Expressing his enthusiasm for being part of the memorable event, the 39-year-old man Saaho actor led to Instagram and wrote “It's going to be an experience of a lifetime seeing the score of our film # Baahubali being played LIVE at the Royal Albert Hall. I can't wait to be a part of this moment and I'm looking forward to seeing you all there! ”
It's going to be an experience of a lifetime seeing the score of our film # Baahubali being played LIVE at the Royal Albert Hall. I can't wait to be a part of this moment and I'm looking forward to seeing you all there!
After enjoying the stupendous success of Saaho especially in the Hindi belt, the Rebel Star of Tollywood has shifted his focus onto his next project. Prabhas has already signed his next film with Jil fame Radha Krishna Kumar and a short schedule has already canned in the exotic locations of Italy. Tentatively titled as Jaan, it’s believed that the makers have erected a special set which resembled the era of the 1970s.