SS Rajamouli's upcoming movie Baahubali, which went on floors on July 6, 2013, has completed short schedule in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. Despite intermittent rains, the film unit has canned a few action screens in Rock Gardens. Now, the director says that his team is heading to the US, but denies roping in any actor from Hollywood for this epic action drama.
On Saturday, SS Rajamouli took to his Twitter page to confirm the news about the completion of the first schedule of Baahubali. The critically acclaimed director tweeted, "Thanks to the people of Kurnool, even though they turned up in numbers that we didn't imagine, they let us shoot without much difficulty."
The director continued, "But, the rains were not as helpful," posted Rajamouli on his Twitter page. "(I'm) preparing for the bigger and heavier schedules ahead. Meanwhile, leaving for the US for a couple of meetings for 'Baahubali' and a family get together too." However, he also confirmed, "No Hollywood actors are signed for 'Baahubali'. False news again."
Baahubali featuring Prabhas Varma, Rana Daggubati and Anushka Shetty in the lead, went on floors exactly a year after the release of Rajamouli's last film Eega, which had hit the screens on July 6, 2012. The film, simultaneously being made in Tamil and Telugu, is jointly produced by Shobu Yarlagadda, Prasad Devineni and K Raghavendra Rao.