As we all know that Bahubali: The Beginning which was released in 2015 was highly appreciated by a large number of viewers and did wonders in the box office. Almost every single person went gaga over the movie. Since then the viewers have been waiting for its second part to be released. As soon as the news of the making of Bahubali 2 came up everybody wanted to get more details about it and could not hold their patience. So, there is some good news for all the Bahubali fans out there. SS Rajamouli directed Bahubali 2 has finally completed its climax shoot. However, the filmmakers had a tough time shooting for the climax sequence of the movie starring Prabhas and Rana Daggubati on the last day of the shoot, as the pouring created a hindrance while shooting.
On Tuesday director SS Rajamouli took to twitter and posted a video of the rain by captioning as “Last day of war and rain plays spoil sport. Unit decides to utilise it for cricket..”
As per the producer of the movie Shobu Yarlagadda, the team has wrapped the climax of Bahubali 2 and they are on a break for a week right now before starting off with the next schedule. He further tweeted that “Climax of @BaahubaliMovie 2 is completed as scheduled! A well deserved break for the unit till Sept 6th.”
Last day of war and rain plays spoil sport.
Unit decides to utilise it for cricket.. pic.twitter.com/o4FOLRhy5u
— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) August 30, 2016
The team had already finished off with 40% of the shoot of Bahubali 2 even before the release of Bahubali: The Beginning. The shoot of the rest of the portion of the movie started in October 2015. The team of Bahubali 2 have worked for the climax shoot of it for over 11 weeks (over 80 days). The climax will show a massive war scenario. Shobu Yarlagadda on August 16 took to twitter to state “We are in the 10th week of @BaahubaliMovie climax shooting and right on schedule! Fingers crossed and moving along.. More updates soon!”
The makers of Bahubali 2 have spent a lump sum amount on the movie as it will feature innumerable amount special effects.