Rumors have been abuzz that Hollywood actor Nathan Jones who played a pivotal role in 'Troy' was chosen to play the baddie in 'Bahubali' and he will be seen fighting with Prabhas during the war-field sequences.
Sources close to the unit has condemned these speculations and made it clear none of the foreign actors were roped for the Telugu period drama. They appealed to the web media not to spread these kind of cooked-up stories and advised the movie buffs to believe only the official statements of either director or the production house.
The principle shooting has began recently in Kurnool where few action sequences have been filmed on Prabhas and Rana. The unit is overwhelmed with the huge turn out of fans at the outdoor locations and also satisfied their taste buds with the special food items in the region.
'Bahubali' is going to be the biggest film ever made on Telugu screen. With a budget of Rs 100 crore, Rajamouli is sure to create a celluloid wonder which is of international standards. Being a multi-lingual project, recovery of investment willn't be a big issue and sky will be the limit for collections if it hits the bull's eye.