My next visit was the famous Ramoji Film City Hyderabad which was located near Hayathnagar in Hyderabad. The complete area was spread over a land of 1666 acres and was the largest film city in the world. There were many Bollywood and regional movies that were shot in the campus. The place was also used as tourisms and recreational center that contained both natural as well as artificial attractions including the different amusement parks inside the campus. Many Indian movies were shot here and this has been a great source of attraction for the people of this area.
The sprawling Ramoji Film City was built by the Ramoji Group way back in the year 1996 when million dreams came true. This became as the platform where world class filmmakers and comprehensive facilities came together for a great celluloid journey. This place was certified by the Guinness World Records for being the largest film studio in the world. The campus was such that any film producer could walk into the studio with a script and walk out after finishing the complete film. The massive structures, locales, beautiful sets, superb filmmaking infrastructures and picturesque avenues make it a complete paradise for the filmmakers. The place was known for numerous films in different languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Oriya, English, Bhojpuri and different TV commercials.
Visiting the famous Ramoji Film City Hyderabad was quite a good experience and came to know about a few filmmaking steps that were followed while shooting the movie. Till that date, it was the largest movie studio in the world. The studio was built by famous Indian producer Ramoji Rao and he was the head of Ramoji Group. It was not possible for me to cover the whole area in a single day but still I managed to cover some locations and famous spots within the campus. There were a few locations that replicated some of the famous buildings and structures of the world, which made it easy for a few sequences to be shot in this place. From the famous studio I headed towards the Ravindra Bharathi, Hyderabad.