Baahubali Press Meet
Telugu hit maker SS Rajamouli’s huge-budget periodic action spectacular ‘Baahubali’ is releasing worldwide this Friday i.e. on July 10, in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam in nearly 4000 screens worldwide. The film features South Indian top artistes such as Young Rebel Star Prabhas, Handsome Hunk Rana, Gorgeous Anushka, Milky Beauty Tamannaah, Sathyaraj, Nassar and Ramya Krishnan in key roles. The film is produced by Sobhu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni under Arka Media Works banner with K Raghavendra Rao as presenter. MM Keeravani has scored wonderful music. Tollywood industry along with the audience from all over India are eagerly waiting for the release of the film and there are huge expectations on this Tollywood’s high-budget movie. On the eve of film’s release, a press meet was arranged on July 7, at Film Chamber in Hyderabad. Rajamouli, Rana, Tagore Madhu, Nallamalupu Bujji and Allu Aravind and some others attended the press meet.
Speaking at the press meet, Allu Aravind said, “The judgement was already delivered by the court regarding anti-piracy of ‘Baahubali’. Of late, online piracy has become an emotive issue. Therefore we have to control the service providers and hence the government also issued an order. 9 members have been taken into custody from Bangalore. Bangalore Commission MN Reddy, Joint Commissioner Chandra Sekhar, DCP Ramesh and Piracy Cell Head in Film Chamber Ram Kumar are giving lot of support. This protection cell is there in both the Telugu speaking states. Owners of the theaters should take precautions regarding this issue. ‘Baahubali’ print will have watermark and with this we can find out when and where the piracy was occurred. If such things happen, that theatre will be banned for one year. ‘Baahubali’ is the most prestigious film for our Telugu people. It’s our responsibility to save the film from piracy devil.”
Rajamouli said, “We can easily find out the piracy through forensic reports. So don’t encourage piracy. The piracy is posing grave threat to the Film Industry. Theaters are also part of the film industry. So, give support to Anti-Piracy.”