‘Baahubali’ makers extremely cautious since leak

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor



With technology being available to everyone, it comes as no surprise that the makers of ‘Baahubali 2’ are keeping a cautious eye on their whole team, after some of its footage got leaked.  News has it they are taking extra measures to ensure it doesn’t happen again.

“The producers and director S S Rajamouli  are huddled in a corner about the next move. All post-production has been stopped until a method to prevent further piracy is found,” SKJ Bollywood News reports and source stating.

Apparently, the cast and crew have been told to not talk about the film to the media, to ensure nothing else can be revealed.

Vijay Prasad who has written the story however, explains that despite the extra precautions there are still risks with so many people being involved in the film. “What happened recently(the footage piracy) was despicable. Luckily the plot wasn’t revealed.But there is not much we can do to stop such incidents from happening. There are 250 technicians working on the post-production.Anyone who feels like showing off to his friends can record and leak out the footage.We can  only appeal to the good sense of the people who are tempted to do such things,” he expressed.

The film is the sequel to the 2015 fantasy drama ‘Baahubali’, where the story will be carried forward from. The South film received much acclaim, where audiences had been left at a cliffhanger. The film is set to release in 2017.