Creative genius and perfectionist, SS Rajamouli is racing with time to make sure that magnum opus "Baahubali" releases as a summer treat. Already they have postponed the release date from April 17th to somewhere in May. Not just this, there is a another big change in the movie's release plan, if we have to believe the camp.
Makers of the visual effects extravaganza "Baahubali" that deals with fifteenth century of story of an epic war, are trying to release the first part of the flick on May 15th. As we all know, due to the whole film turning out to be a 5 hour drama, the makers have decided to release it in two parts. But how much gap should be maintained in releasing the two parts? Generally in Hollywood, we see each part having a minimum of 2 years gap because the creating VFX is time consuming job. Is Baahubali sticking to similar plan?
In the case of "Baahubali" it was initially publicised that the 2nd part will hit after a year, but that plan got changed. Both the parts are likely to hit theatres in 2015 itself with a gap of six months. That means by Nov/December we are likely to see both parts of this Prabhas-Rana starrer on silver screen.