The film will be screened along with live music and full symphony orchestra by the film’s music composer MM Keeravani
Director SS Rajamouli’s master stock ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’, which blurred the lines of regional cinema and brought India on the global map, is all set to make history again. The film will be screened at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Baahubali-The Beginning will be the first film from India to be screened at the Royal Albert Hall, with a live performance of the score
The film’s screening will take place on October 19 this year. On the occasion, fans will experience a reunion as along with the filmmaker, the event will see the presence of star cast Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty and others. MM Keeravaani will also grace the show to perform the Baahubali score with a live orchestra.
Rajamouli took to Twitter and wrote, “Very excited that our film #Baahubali-The Beginning is the first non-English film to have its score performed live at the world-famous @RoyalAlbertHall by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London on Oct 19th. Join the team in this unique experience..:).”
On October 9, Prabhas took to his Instagram account shared his feelings with fans in a video, “Hello everyone, I am excited to say that Baahubali The Beginning will be screened at Royal Albert Hall in London on October 19, 2019. A live orchestra will be performing the epic score in sync with the film. Please join me, Rana, SS Rajamouli, Keeravaani and team BB for yet another epic event.”
In another post, Prabhas shared a photo of the Baahubali team and wrote, “Super excited to join my #Baahubali team in London on October 19th to catch a LIVE rendition of MM Keeravaani’s score for the film by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra! Would love all of you to join us… @royalalberthall”
Baahubali franchise went onto become one of the biggest Indian Cinema’s blockbuster. It’s first edition, ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ earned a whopping amount of Rs 118.7 crores in India while the second installment Baahubali The Conclusion earned Rs 510.99 crore.