The biggest motion picture made in India, Baahubali – The Beginning is all set for it’s screening at the Busan International Film Festival which is to be held in Busan, South Korea from October 1 to October 10,  and is one amongst the most prestigious film festivals in Asia.

Baahubali – The Beginning, a film by S.S Rajamouli and produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni is the first part of a two part epic drama. After it’s release on July 10, 2015, the film broke many records and became the highest domestic grosser in the history of Indian cinema. The film is scheduled for indoor screenings on October 4 and October 7, and an outdoor screening on October 9 in the Open Cinema category.

Open Cinema category of BIFF strives to feature successful cinema with wide popularity. The other films that are to be screened within this category include the Chinese box-office hit Monster Hunt, Miyazaki Hayao’s classic animation My Neighbor Totoro and a Taiwanese youth melodrama Our Times.

The man behind Baahubali – The Beginning, S.S Rajamouli will be seen at the screening of the film on October 4, which will be followed by an interaction session with the Korean audience.