Tuesday, June 30, 2015

SS Rajamouli’s Magnum Opus BAAHUBALI enters Guinness Book of World Records!

SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus, BAAHUBALI, staring South sensations stars Prabhas, Tamannaah, Rana Daggubati and Anushka Shetty has made its first major landmark! 

The film’s mammoth and gigantic poster has entered the Guinness Book of World Records and earned the rare distinction of being the world’s largest poster. The previous record in this category was a poster of 50687.25 sq ft surface area and Baahubali has challenged this record with a poster of 51961.32 sq ft surface area.

The event was organized by Global United Media who are the Kerala distributors for the film.


Briefing media Executive Producer of Global United Media, Mr.Vivek Thomas, said, "I am glad that we were able to successfully complete this task amidst the thunderstorm and wagging monsoon in Kerala. We would be releasing the making video of this LARGEST POSTER soon, may be by 4th of July".

According to reports the poster was unveiled at Kochi on Monday amidst popular celebrities of Malayalam industry, BAAHUBALI cast and crew. The epic poster was unveiled at the audio launch of Malaylam version of BAHUBALI. 

The poster was inspected by Guinness Book of World Records officials though the officials have yet to confer the title but the organizers are hopeful that the poster is sure to enter into the records. 

The magnum opus has already been declared as India’s most expensive film and has generated positive response from viewers. The Telugu version of its trailer created a record when it amassed 4 million views within two weeks of its launch on Youtube and now the Guinness Book of World Records. 

Film buffs are going crazy to watch the epic and hope as per its publicity the film lives up to its expectation!

Is Aamir Khan set to do his ‘First International Film’ opposite Harry Potter star Emma Watson?

It may come as a stunner to many but reports have it that Mr. Perfectionist aka Aamir Khan is all set to do his ‘First International Film’ opposite the beautiful HARRY POTTER actress Emma Watson. 

Produced and directed by Nandita Singgha the film MID DEY, an English-Hindi bilingual is a biopic on the dare devil crime journalist J Dey, who was murdered by vested interested as he was writing a book on five topnotch notorious gangsters of Mumbai but alas but had to pay a price to the bullet.

Insiders claim Nandita Singgha, owner of Total Presentation Devices Limited, Bollywood’ first production company to be certified with the prestigious ISO for quality services in the film-making, met Aamir Khan and discussed the film’s subject. Aamir was bowled over by the intense content of film and signed the dotted lines. It seems Aamir is so charged with MID DEY that he has even postponed his much loved project DANGAL.


Nandita Singgha, a UK entrepreneur, who owes 20 offices worldwide and has more than 8,000 employees working for her company Total Presentation Devices Limited briefing media about the film said, “While researching on the murder of J Dey, I found journalists play a vital role in society but they are a ignored lot.”

She added, “The same journalists have made Modi ji, the Prime Minister, Kejriwal the CM of Delhi, made Anna Hazare a national Hero and all the actors owe their stardom to journalists.”

“It is now pay back time. In my own humble way, I am glorifying and highlighting the life of a journalist,” she quipped. 

To give the movie an International look Nandita Singgha has roped HARRY POTTER actress Emma Watson, opposite Aamir Khan. She plays the British journalist who breaks the murder story of J Dey and exposes the masterminds behind the crime. 

It may be noted that Nandita Singgha is the first woman filmmaker to direct an international film on Indian crime journalism. 

She informed, “I have worked painstakingly on the script and even sought help from many renowned journalist, one among them being late Khuswant Singh. I have asked few journalists to pen the script to make the film as genuine and true to life. The script has been finalized after writing over 15 drafts.”