The Indian film Bahubali was a blockbuster not only because of its plot and actors but also its cinematic grandeur. The cinematography was enchanting, and this was only possible because of the surreal, otherworldly locations this movie was shot at. We all want to go to the gigantic falls and the beautiful palaces in the film. And, no cookie points for guessing – We Can! Visit these 4 Bahubali locations to drown in serendipity!
Athirapally waterfalls are called as “Suren Chellakutti Falls”. It is located in Athirappilly Panchayat, Chalakudy Taluk, Thrissur District of Kerala. The west–flowing Chalakudy River plunges from 24m(80 ft)height and 100ft-width to form the largest fall in Kerala. Hence called as The Niagara of South India.
Beautiful sceneries are the best factors for the success of Bahubali movies. Athirapally falls, the real location through which Shiva (Prabhas) reaches Mahishmati Kingdom-above the clouds. After Bahubali movie shooting it has become Bahubali Waterfalls.
The breathtaking filming site of sections of Bahubali is as beautiful no matter the season, and there is always something to see and do. Bulgaria is abundant in natural beauty. If you want to go, you’ll have to go to Southeast Europe.
The vast fields of maize served the purpose of shooting scenes amidst several natural surroundings and helped to recreate the sights resembling the ancient views for the film. Its mountain ranges were chosen for the filming of the movies. The shooting for the film lasted for 25 days in Bulgaria.
Ramoji Film City
Discover the secrets of filming and live in a fantasy world when you visit the Indian city of Hyderabad. Ramoji Film City is a renowned tourist attraction in Secunderabad, close to Hyderabad, and one of the world’s largest and most fascinating film studios. It covers around 2500 acres and houses the country’s primary film production facilities. This is where key portions of Baahubali were shot in purpose constructed sets. You can still see some construction and sets of the Bahubali Place in Ramoji Film City.
The renowned Western Ghats Range, also known as the Sahyadri Mountain Range in Mahabaleshwar, is one of India’s rare evergreen forests. The film was shot in this location in harsh weather conditions, including smog, rain, and cold. The top-notch cinematography, thanks to top-notch creators, has revealed a side of Mahabaleshwar witnessed only by those who had had to pleasure to visit.
These were the four most iconic locations Bahubali has been shot at. The film does justice to the beauty of these places. Which one are you booking your tickets for? Share with us in the comments below!