Mumbai, April, 26 (CINEWS): In the wake of getting more fit for a forthcoming submarine-based war film, the performing artist is currently preparing to build up for ‘Baahubali 2’.
It’s greater, meaner and deadlier than the first,” Rana Daggubati, who is good to go to start taping the Baahubali spin-off, guarantees.
The 31-year-old performer, who had shed pounds for another up and coming undertaking, Ghazi, the trilingual submarine-based war film, has been building up to repeat his part of Bhallala Deva/Pallvalathevan in Baahubali 2. “To increase fat you have to lounge around and eat. In any case, I expected to pick up muscle, which is a troublesome, exploratory procedure. The hardest part is adhering to the routine of a strict eating routine and enthusiastic preparing for quite a long time disciplinedly,” Rana uncovers, including that he finds getting in shape less demanding. “I needed to simply decrease my protein admission for Ghazi so my muscle size and weight dropped.”
Get some information about the difficulties the Baahubali group experienced while shooting for the film, and Rana gets nostalgic. “Everything was so intriguing, right from preparing and wielding the weapons to sitting on a chariot, in the principal part. The greatest test now is the way that the group of onlookers realizes what’s in store from the activity. So we need to make sense of how to connect with them,” he closes down.