“Baahubali: The Lost Legends“, an animated spin-off of filmmaker S S Rajamoulis “Baahubali” film franchise, will soon make its debut on the small screen to enthral viewers with the story of Baahubali, the king of fictional kingdom Mahishmati.
After releasing the series on Amazon Prime Video, Rajamouli, Graphic India and Arka Mediaworks have joined hands with Colors channel to expand the world of “Baahubali”.
“‘Baahubali’ has proved to be a landmark film in the history of Indian cinema. Its success is nothing short of a case study for the Indian filmmakers. We at Colors pride ourselves for knowing the pulse of our viewers,” Raj Nayak, chief operating officer (COO), Viacom18, said in a statement.
“Going by the ripples that this masterpiece has generated nationwide, we thought this was the right time to bring to our television audiences the folklores of ‘Baahubali’ which have been captured stunningly in this animated series,” he added.
“Baahubali: The Lost Legends” has been created by Rajamouli, Sharad Devarajan and Arka Mediaworks.
Rajamouli said: “The reach of television as a medium in India is extraordinary, and we’re thrilled to partner with Raj Nayak and Colors to bring the untold stories of the Mahishmati kingdom to the television audiences. Read More