Baladoor's producer D. Suresh Babu said that the film is an outstanding example of Telugu film industry's technical wizardry. At a press meet held at the Rama Naidu Studios, the producer was quoted as saying, "We shot three songs abroad - two in Europe (Austria and Germany) and one in Uzbekistan. The drawbacks of these three songs were that they were badly fogged and we noticed it only after coming here. So, we shot the fogged sequences again with the help of blue and green mattes in the lawns of our studio. If you watch the songs carefully, you will find very slight differences, that too as we are revealing it now. Otherwise, it's not possible even for a thorough professional viewer. This exercise on our part might herald a new wave wherein we need not go abroad for shooting songs, but can do so with blue and green mattes."
With Ravi Teja and Anushka in the lead roles, the movie is doing extremely well, beyond expectations. The producer assured the gathered media persons. "The practice of hiking the ticket rates for the big heroes usually results in the thinning down of audiences in the second and third weeks. When the ticket rates again go back to normal, then the rush of the usual family audiences will come in. This is what is happening in the case of Baladoor too."