Mumbai: S. S. Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ was a massive hit at the box-office and the filmmaker is currently shooting for ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’, the sequel of the film.
Tuesday was supposed to be the last day of the shoot of the epic drama, a schedule which had started in June. However, rain played spoilsport at the shooting location and the crew working on the film had an interesting way of utilising their time at the location. A director will obviously not be too pleased with a day’s shoot being washed out, but Rajamouli took to his social media platforms to share how his crew members were playing cricket in the rains and captioned it, 'Last day of war and rain plays spoil sport. Unit decides to utilize it for cricket..'.
Check the video here:
Last day of war and rain plays spoil sport.— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) August 30, 2016
Unit decides to utilise it for cricket.. pic.twitter.com/o4FOLRhy5u
Considering the massive scale on which the April 2017 release has been mounted, with VFX being a crucial component in it, will a day’s loss burn a big hole in the producer’s pockets?...