Are you a Baahubali fan? Do you want a first-hand experience of the Mahismati kingdom? Well, you could do it for a price!
The sets of Baahubali, which were constructed at the Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, have been opened for the public to get a first hand experience of the grandeur.
"The magnificent sets of 'Baahubali', transformed into an exclusive attraction have been a massive draw for the tourists. The multi-lingual franchise and the countryâ€™s biggest blockbuster shot over 600 days at Ramoji Film City has captured the fancy of cinema lovers, film students and even general public from all over the country. The magnificent recreation of the fictional Mahismati and Kunthala kingdoms, showcasing supreme imagination and creative execution of the maestros has been a major taking point," Ramoji Film City said in a statement.
"With larger-than- life sets designed by National Award winner Sabu Cyril, the two films had won much acclaim for its production design. In Baahubali: The Beginning, one can mainly get to see the outer part of the kingdom, as the real Mahismati is unraveled in Baahubali: The Conclusion," the statement added.
For tourists, the packages on offer include a general tour priced at Rs 1,250 and premier tour priced at Rs 2,400. There are special packages for corporate entities, schools and colleges.
While the general tour is unguided, the premier tour is a 'facilitated tour' with a guide. The premier package also involves lunch and some extra coupons.
"Owing to public demand, now the sets are open till the January, which will immensely benefit the tourists for the ensuing holiday season of Christmas, New Year and Sankranti," Ramoji Film City said.
Baahubali: the Beginning and Baahubali: the Conclusion were among the most phenomenal hits in the history of Indian cinema.
The film, directed by SS Rajamouli, starred Prabhas as Baahubali with Anushka Shetty and Tammannah Bhatia playing the female leads. The film had an ensemble of stars in the cast including Rana Daggubati, Nasser, Sathyaraj, Ramya Krishnan and others.
Produced by Arka Media Worksâ€™ Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni, the film was made on a budget of Rs. 450 crore and went on to collect over Rs. 1,600 crore.
It was released in various languages including Tami, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi. The film won several awards including the Best Feature Film at the 63rd National Film Awards.
Digital Native inputs