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Baahubali Inspires ‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’!

aahubali The Beginning and Baahubali The Conclusion are two movies which aggressively redefined several aspects of filmmaking. Rajamouli directed both the films, and he set new standards of filmmaking and took the Tollywood film industry to the next level and introduced us to the filmmakers at International level. From making to the promotions, Rajamouli took great care in bringing the film for the audiences. It looks like the film remained as a piece of reference for the upcoming movie Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy.

On the occasion of Kichcha Sudeep birthday today, the makers of Sye Raa released an exclusive motion poster and introduced his character. Usually, this kind of promotion happens only during the time of the film’s release, but the makers have decided to stay in the media regularly by creating buzz from time to time.

Sudeep’s look has received a thumping response from the audiences already, and this strategy was first initiated by the makers of Baahubali where the unit released individual posters for every character that is a part of the movie. Let us hope that the strategy works big time for Sye Raa as well.

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