COLORS TV ME presents the Television premiere of Bahubali: The Lost Legends

The animated series based on Bahubali, one of the iconic films that India has ever created will debut on 5th January in the UAE.
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Bahubali, one of the iconic films that India has ever created, redefined Indian cinema-going experience with its special effects and majestic story telling. The legendary concept which gathered mass acclaim from world over is now all set for its television debut in the form of an animated series called, Bahubali: The Lost Legends. Starting Friday, 5th January, the series will air every Friday at 12:00 PM on COLORS TV ME in the UAE.

Produced by Arka Media Works and Graphic India, the series features all new original stories from acclaimed filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli. The story revolves around the young Princes, Amarendra Baahubali and Bhallaladeva in the Mahishmati kingdom. The series is set before the incidents happened in ‘Bahubali: The Beginning’ and ‘Bahubali 2: The Conclusion’.

Commenting on the premiere, Raj Nayak, COO – Viacom18 said, “The beauty of an animated storytelling is that it connects with all age groups. Bahubali: The Lost Legends is one of the few made-in-India series that matches its western contemporaries in terms of its narrative, quality of animation and background score. Keeping up with our promise of providing wholesome entertainment to the viewers, we are delighted to be bringing the folklores of Bahubali on TV and make their Sunday mornings even more entertaining.”

Bahubali: The Lost Legends has been created by S.S. Rajamouli and Sharad Devarajan who are the producers, along with Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni of Arka Mediaworks and Jeevan J. Kang, Graphic’s EVP Creative and series writer, Ashwin Pande.

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