Baahubali’s Bhallaladeva Rana Daggubati was one of the guests at ‘The Art of Storytelling’ seminar organized by the Young FICCI Ladies Organization in Hyderabad on Friday. Speaking at the event, Rana said that Cinema is the keeper of the arts. It is the only successful commercial art form.
“Baahubali changed how we look at movies and make movies. Baahubali was very Indian in craft, in storytelling, which resonated with the audience. So many people are coming forward to tell stories now. We are telling stories through different mediums such as film, web and television, 3D, and now VR (Virtual Reality) and Augmented Reality (AR). We all try to capture moments in time, but time it temporary, films and stories are forever,” Rana said.
During the Q & A session after the seminar, a person asked Rana, “what will be the title, if you have to tell your own story someday?” ‘Storyteller’ Rana replied promptly.
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