‘Baahubali 2’ Edit Room Monitored By CCTV Cameras For Security

Prabhas says his aim is to deliver mainstream entertaining fare, that doesn’t take as long as ‘Baahubali’.

Baahubali 2 is easily this year’s most awaited release across India. And with the trailer setting expectations from the film sky high, news is that the makers are being extra cautious to guard the film against any form of piracy and digital leaks.

According to sources, only the film’s edit team is allowed to enter the building in which the film is currently under post-production. The edit team is also kept under constant CCTV surveillance while they work on the film. Crew members are also put through a strict and thorough checking procedure before they are allowed to exit the premises.

After reports of the film’s trailer having been leaked before its official launch (which was later denied by Karan Johar), the makers of Baahubali 2 are leaving nothing to chance to make sure that their magnum opus reaches theatres without any last minute glitches.

Recently, there have been instances of several films including Udta Punjab, Great Grand Masti and Raaz Reboot, having been leaked online just prior to their release, so it only makes sense for team Baahubali 2 to beef up the protection for their film.