Details about big productions and even big films tend you blow us away and they produce sheer anticipation to look forward to these biggies.
Rajeevan, who worked as the production designer for the film Sye Raa, revealed that the team worked hard to bring all 64 villages that Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy ruled as a King to life.
He said some of them have been recreated using sets and some in Visual Effects. He then talked about the 42 sets they built for the film.
He said that due to the span of the story they constructed 42 sets and 15 out of them, will be huge. He claimed that people will be stunned to look at them as they are huge and spectacular.
Costume designers had to rope in 22 tailors to stitch 15,000 costumes for the film, revealed Rajeevan. As the team had to bring 1820-40 to life, they had to go for such huge sets, for authenticity they had research for 6 Months to give the characters, costumes and look, it seems.
Ram Charan took up the challenge to produce such a huge film that Megastar Chiranjeevi always dreamed about and Surrender Reddy directed the dream on celluloid. Let's see how all the effort will yield fruits for the team on 2nd October.