At this age of nearing to 60, Nandamuri Balakrishna showing ultimate passion and undying enthusiasm to work on novel subjects like ‘Gauthamiputhra Satakarni’ is so pleasing to hear. Soon after the historical announcement of 100th film with director Krish and that too on a subject like Satavahan dynasty enticed Telugu audience instantly.
Going by the official information from director Krissh and producer Rajeev Reddy, GPS wrapped up the first schedule shooting in Morocco. The rigorous two weeks schedule stood as epitome of dedication and sincerity from Balayya Babu. War episodes shot in 1st Century AD backdrop under the action choreography of Ram Lakshman masters involved with Hollywood fighters, 1000 people, 200 horses and camels were shot in Atlas Studios, Varu Georgia.
‘Balakrishna garu worked relentless for 14 hours a day setting an example for entire cast, crew to follow. He inspired us with undying energy levels. Without his support, we could not have completed this key schedule successfully on time,’ director Krissh said.