India’s answer to Hollywood’s epic films, the biggest film ever made in Indian soil and there are many adjectives to describe the SS Rajamouli directed Prabhas starrer magnum opus made in Telugu film industry named Baahubali. The film had triggered great anticipation among the film lovers all over India and it is undoubtedly the most eagerly waiting film of the decade as well. The film is all set for a grand and earth shattering release all over the world on this upcoming July 10 and there is only a few hours to witness that magical spectacle on silver screen all over. It is only the first part of the film is releasing now and a second part of Baahubali is coming as well.
Everyone is pretty sure that this flick will make history in box office all over India and can break all other existing box office records in India. And the expectations seems to be going the right was as Baahubali already began to make waves among the film lovers all over with its advance booking status itself. The advance booking of the film had already started and its been getting unbelievable advance booking status from everywhere.
An online page named ‘Naku Prabhas Antey Pranam’ had shared a photo which shows the queue of people who are waiting for the advance booking of tickets to see the magnum opus on its very first day or may be the very first show on its releasing day. The length of the queue is almost above 1 Kilo Meter and its unbelievable to say the least.
The distributor of this flick in Hindi, Mr. Karan Johar also tweeted about the Baahubali fever that gripped South India specially. The above mentioned queue has been seen in front of the IMAX theater Hyderabad. Baahubali has Tamil, Telugu and Hindi version of releases and in Kerala the Tamil version is going to be released by Global United Media. It will have a 4K projection as well here at Trivandrum Aries multiplex at SL complex. The audio launch of the flick had been occurred there at Kochi 2 weeks back and here the Global United Media who is its distribution partner had made the world’s largest poster for the film as well.