Rahul Bose confirms he'll start shooting for Netflix Original Baahubali: Before the Beginning in December
Baahubali: Before the Beginning is directed by Deva Katta and co-directed by Praveen Sataru.
Rahul Bose, who was last seen in Vishwaroopam 2, has said that he will start shooting for Baahubali: Before the Beginning in December.
He was interacting with media at the inauguration of an art show called 'Breaking Barriers' on 27 November in Mumbai.
Sporting a bearded look when Rahul was prodded about it, he said: "I am doing a prequel to Baahubali for Netflix. It is called as Baahubali: Before the Beginning.
"I have a big role in it. We will start shooting December beginning. My character has a bearded look, and I don't want to sport a fake beard for the next six months. I will have the same look."
Baahubali: Before the Beginning is a web series based on Anand Neelakantan's 2017 novel The Rise of Sivagami, and is a Netflix Original from India.
A part of the Baahubali franchise, the series is directed by Deva Katta and co-directed by Praveen Sataru. It is produced jointly by SS Rajamouli and Arka Media Works.
It stars Bose, Mrunal Thakur, Shriya Saran and Atul Kulkarni in key roles.
The first season consists of nine episodes and acts as a prequel to Baahubali: Before the Beginning, following the journey of Sivagami's rise to power in the fictional Mahishmati kingdom.
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