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'Baahubali - The Beginning' poster breaks Guinness World Record
After breaking all records at the box office, director SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali - the Beginning" has now broken Guinness World Record for largest poster size of more than 50,000 sq ft. The extended poster was created during the audio launch of Rajamouli's magnum opus "Baahubali" in Kochi on 27 June.

Global United Media - the company behind the distribution of "Baahubali," in Kerala first turned up with the idea of creating the largest poster. Later, it was designed by Rajamouli himself. The Baahubali poster, which broke the record, is 51,598.21 square feet large. The last record was in the name of 50,687.25 square feet large poster, as per the details on the Guinness website.

A post on Guinness World Record's website says, "The largest poster has an area of 4,793.65 m² (51,598.21 ft²) and was achieved by Global United Media Company Pvt Ltd (India) in Kochi, India, on 27 June 2015."

Rajamouli congratulated Global United Media and its MD, Prem Menon in tweet.

"You don't get to do things like these every day and a big thank you to the entire team to make this wonderful event happen. A special thanks to producers Shobu Yarlagadda, Devineni Prasad and director Rajamouli," said Global United Media's MD, Prem Menon.

A 30-member team put its effort round the clock for 3 days to accomplish the poster. "Baahubali"- the most expensive film of the Indian cinema is also the highest grossing film, which broke many other records.

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