Baahubali, India’s biggest box-office success, apart from amassing record collections in India and abroad, also placed Telugu Cinema on a global platform. The film, all through its phenomenal run, gained several national and international honours, and these laurels are still flowing in with a series of film festival selections and international releases.
In yet another memorable honor, Baahubali will be featured in the BBC’s special documentary on 100 years of Indian Cinema, which will be aired tonight at 9 pm on BBC FOUR channel. This special documentary explores the origins and evolution of Indian Cinema over 100 years.
Directed by Deep Sehgal, this documentary will feature interviews with stars like Sharmila Tagore, Anurag Kashyap, Aamir Khan, Rajamouli etc.
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