Show man Shankar is on a comeback trial. After a not so successful I, he is preparing to take off once again with the sequel of Robo. Robo – 2 will feature Rajinikanth as Chitti – The Robot once again. Shankar promises that Robo – 2 will be better than Robo and will be on a bigger scale on every front. Shankar is planning to rope in an A list Hollywood action hero as the villain of this Science Fiction action saga. Robo – 2 is being planned with a budget of 250 crores and makers are trying to rope in Katrina Kaif as the heroine. Srinivas Mohan will handle the VFX of the film and A.R.Rahman will score the music. Robo – 2 is likely to take off in January 2016.
Internationally acclaimed editor, Vincent Tabaillon, has officially joined the crew of “Baahubali: The Beginning”, India’s biggest motion picture. Tabaillon is well known for his work in “The Incredible Hulk”, “Clash of the Titans”, “Taken 2” and most recently, “Now You See Me”. Originally from France, Tabaillon began his career editing popular French feature films, notably for Luc Besson’scompany EuropaCorp.
His career took off with his collaboration with director Louis Leterrier on the films Transporter 2 and The Incredible Hulk, followed by Now You See Me. His other prominent projects include Taken 2 for 20th Century Fox, The Prodigies for Warner Brothers and The Legend of Hercules for Summit Entertainment.
Tabaillon has joined Team Baahubali to edit the international version of the film, which is to be screened at international festivals and shown to sales agents, and distributors before a wide release across the world. This version will differ from the original film, which was just released successfully in India and select cities across the world for the Indian diaspora. We expect a cut by the end of August.
“Baahubali: The Beginning,” is an epic period drama directed by the renowned director, S. S. Rajamouli and produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni of Arka Mediaworks.The country’s most expensive production till date, the film is said to have set a new standard for Indian cinema.