Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, is the most anticipated film this year. Directed by the talented film maker of South SS Rajamouli, the film is in continuation to its first part of the same series Baahubali: Baahubali: The Beginning was the first dubbed film to cross the Rs 100 crore mark in the Hindi film industry. The Begining. Both the parts of the series, one that was released earlier in the year 2015 and other ready to be released next week; are most talked about projects among audience as well as industry gurus.
First part of the movie was about introducing the characters and laying the groundwork. But this film will delve deeper into the story. There will be more drama to look forward in Baahubali 2: The Conclusion along with other elements. Also, there’s going to be an epic face off between Bhallaladeva and Baahubali.
One of the main reasons for such a huge welcome and wait for the movies second part is due to the climax where first part ended- Kattappa confessing that he killed Amrendra Baahubali but the reason was not shown there. Since then, every one was in the search of answer that why Kattappa killed Baahubali??? Now with the release of the Baahubali2: The Conclusion, audiences will be with an answer.
Star cast of the film includes Prabhas as the royal king, Amarendra Baahubali and his son Shivudu, Rana Daggubati plays Amarendra cruel brother – Bhallaladeva, Sathyaraj plays Kattappa, Mahishmati kingdom’s most loyal servant, Anushka Shetty plays Devasena, Amarendra’s wife, Tamannaah Bhatia plays Avanthika a warrior who fights for Devasena.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is such a talked about topic now a days in film industry that its trailer hooked upto 50 million views within 24 hours in 4 Languages – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalm. It witnessed 100M views within a week. This will be very first of its kind of film as it is going to be released in 6500 screens, which is much higher in number as compared to the other big budget movies starring Khans and other actors of Bollywood. The film will also be released in Imax format this time. It has already raked in Rs 400-500 crore as part of its theatrical rights, satellite rights and merchandise.