Another Record for Rajamouli's Baahubali

Apart from the rustic and sweet voices of artists, what makes a movie worth watching is the riveting background music.

But the realistic feel for a film will be achieved only if natural sounds like bird chirps, clinching of vessels, footsteps and all other sounds are added and sounding exactly like how they sound in real life. For a period film like “Baahubali”, finding these natural sounds of wooden chariots drifting through jungles will be tough as they are not readily available in music libraries. So, they should be recorded now.

All these natural sounds are commonly called as ‘Folio’ and perfectionist director Rajamouli has now roped in Belgium based Philipe Van Leer to spend an extensive two weeks to record such  sounds for this magnum opus. Philippe is an internationally acclaimed sound recordist and his work will last from Nov 3 to Nov 14, as he records at famous Dame Blanche complex in Belgium. To bring an international feel to this high budgeted flick, Rajamouli  has roped this sound engineer, say insiders.

Coming to whereabouts of Baahubali, the unit is wrapping scenes at Ramoji Film City and will soon head to Bulgaria to shoot in maize fields.
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