With only two days to go for the release of Baahubali 2, the euphoria is palpable on the web. Fans of actor Prabhas have been on a trending spree for the past one week, with various hashtags on both Twitter and Facebook. The first installment has raised huge expectations among audiences and the answer to the most mysterious movie twist ever: Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali? will be finally available on April 28th to the moviegoers worldwide.
Baahubali team has been traveling across all the metros in India to promote the movie directed by SS Rajamouli. The team will promote the film in Dubai today and meet the fans there. The whirlwind of promotional activities is quite visible on the mass pre-bookings for the film in various cities.
Meanwhile, the stalemate on Tamil Nadu release has been resolved between Sri Green Productions and K Productions amicably and the movie is all set to hit screens as planned. Full-fledged bookings are expected to open tomorrow.
“The climax face-off between Mahendra Baahubali (Prabhas) and Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati) will be the Everest Peak of Baahubali series. Each and every character has been written strongly. Everyone has their own ideology and philosophy. Relatively, the grandeur and visual effects dominated the first part, but the emotional elements were less. But the second part has a balanced amalgamation of emotions and visual grandeur“
“Why did Kattappa kill Baahubali is only one of the questions. Why and how Tamannah’s character ended up being in the forest and a lot of questions were not unanswered. Yet the first part became a blockbuster. Maybe, that’s what the people liked. They liked the characters, characterizations, etc.“
The movie is said to be releasing in a whopping 9000 screens worldwide on April 28th. The entire film industry is expecting the magnum opus to set new benchmarks at the box office and outperform Aamir Khan’s worldwide gross of Rs. 792 crores and Rs. 730 crores for PK and Dangal.
Will Baahubali: The Conclusion become the first Indian movie ever to gross Rs. 1000 crores? All eyes are on the film, which has all the potential to breach the Rs. 1000 crore mark.