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SS Rajamouli’s 1000 crore film Garuda is coming

SS Rajamauli’s 1000 crore film Garuda is coming

SS Rajamouli, the name now on the lips of every Indian film lover is all set to astonish as once again after the Baahubali spectacle. He had conceived Baahubali with a whopping budget of 250 crore rupees and the film had already raked in close to 700 crore rupees from its worldwide gross. The second as well as the final part of the film is coming next with the title Baahubali-The Conclusion. But as per the reports coming from the trustable sources from Tollywood, the master director is all set for a 1000 crore film up next and it is titled as Garuda.

SS Rajamouli had made Baahubali with amazing perfection and the visual spectacle that provide in front of each and every viewer in India was just unbelievable. Ram Gopal Varma recently called SS Rajamouli as the ‘Steven Spielberg’ of India and anyone who saw Baahubali will call him that fir sure as well. He showed the world that from Indian Cinema too products stand up to Hollywood quality can be made. He really made us proud with Baahubali as it really stood up to the level of any Hollywood epic film.

Now he wants to do something which is beyond all our expectations and which is very unusual and extra ordinary in Indian cinema. That is a film with 1000 crores rupees budget and with visuals never seen in Indian cinema and may be in world cinema. The flick is in its scripting phase now and will take some time to complete its script. The screenplay is writing by his father and writer Vijayendra Prasad who had written Baahubali as well.

The film will be a multi lingual and will be made in languages like English, Telugu, Tamil and Hindi. The visual effects and graphics in the film must me ultra- high and extensive to thrill and enthrall the viewers and it will have visual which we only dreamt about seeing on Silver screens in India. The cast of the film, crew and also the financer of the film is not yet decided as of now and as per reports the flick has been titled tentatively as Garuda.

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