thanks to Sanjana…
Baahubali is the greatest Hindu Epic on screen!!!
Very rarely you see religious symbols being used so effectively to build characters and connect with the audience. While Baahubali showed love for Shiva, Shivling….Baahibali 2 extends it to Ganesh and Krishna apart from several other Hindu Symbols which appeals to the viewers in a Huge Huge way. The main reason for me sticking this out is the effect it has on audience when shown with the compelling story line and grandeur sets.
There’s a common misconception about Telugu cinema among the audience, who have been following some of the contemporary films. Telugu cinema has produced some of the country’s finest art works, for which, the credit partly goes to Kasinadhuni Viswanath, whose films are a perfect blend of art and social message.
Born in February 1930 at Gudivada (in what is now Andhra Pradesh), Viswanath has won five National Awards, 20 Nandi Awards (awarded by the Andhra Government), and 10 Filmfare Awards including Lifetime Achievement Award. He was conferred the Padma Shri in 1992.