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The radiance of Baahubali overwhelmed everybody when the film was released in 2015. Within a span of fourteen days, it went ahead to wind up noticeably the best film to have been delivered in the Indian subcontinent. The film was a visual artful culmination; influencing crowds to long for that dreamland to be genuine. The grandeur and detailing of the world of Mahishmati mesmerized the audiences.

Baahubali, one the best Indian movies, had raised a set 100 section of land set planned by National Award winning craftsman Sabu Cyril. After the culmination of the film, you may have pondered what happened to the stupendous arrangements of Mahishmathi Kingdom.

Thanks to the Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, this fantasy has now turned into a reality. At Ramoji Film City, where the movie was shot, the sets of the movie have been preserved so that people can come and see where one of the most successful films was shot. The exquisite arrangements of the kingdom of Mahishmati, which were applauded in the film for their glory and flawless enumerating, have been opened to people in general. The film’s sets were saved by the film city so they could be transformed into a vacation spot.

As per reports, an aggregate of over ₹60 crore was spent on developing the sets. The Ramoji Film City issued an announcement saying, “The great arrangements of Baahubali, changed into a selective fascination have been a gigantic draw for the travelers.” Besides the set itself, a portion of the props from the film have additionally been held for sightseers to see.

The set is open for the general population till December 14, 2017. There are two bundles on offer – the general visit is estimated at ₹1,250 and is unguided, while the head visit is evaluated at ₹2,400 and includes a guide assuming you around the position. There are likewise uncommon bundles for corporate elements, schools and universities. Tickets must be reserved online through the Ramoji Film City website.