Bollywood has grown to become one of the most prominent filmmaking centers in the world. As we all know, the Indian cinema industry produces the highest number of films in the world. But do you know about our country’s largest film studio? Well, it’s Ramoji Film City which is situated in Hyderabad.
Ramoji Film City is located in Anajpur town, Hayathnagar Mandal, in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It’s a movie-themed park with a studio that spans more than 2000 acres, and it’s based on Universal City. It’s also a well-known vacation and leisure destination with both legal and fraudulent attractions, as well as a gathering place for events.
Ramoji Film City was established in 1996 by Ramoji Rao, the Ramoji Group’s founder. Most significantly, Ramoji Film City as the world’s largest film studio has been verified by Guinness World Records as the world’s largest film studio complex. The world’s largest film city. When Ramoji Rao got the land, he assigned handicraft chief Nitesh Rao with constructing the structure. According to an official, the developers did not remove a single tree or mountain from the area, which at the time comprised wildernesses and rocky terrain.
The business has worked on Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya, Marathi, Bengali, and foreign movie projects, to name a few in The Ramoji Film City. Films like Bahubali: Parts 1 and 2, Krrish 3: The Dirty Picture, Chennai Express, Dilwale, Ra One, and Chandramukhi, as well as Hollywood films like Beeper and Quicksand, as well as several Tamil movies like Vivegam and Spyder, and almost every major Telugu movie, are all being shot in the Film City.
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