Movie buffs in India are eagerly waiting for the release of ‘Baahubali – The Conclusion’ but guess it’s the Queen Elizabeth II of UK who would watch it first. Reports have it that Rajamouli’s ‘Baahubali – The Conclusion’ will be screened in UK a day prior to its worldwide release.
The British Film Institute will showcase Indian films as a part of Indian Film program from April till December and Baahubali has made the cut to be screened to mark 70 years of India’s independence. If sources are to be believed, not just Queen Elizabeth II but PM Modi would also be among the first ones to know “Katappa ne Bahubali ko kyu maara”. He is likely to attend the screening on 27th April, i.e., one day before its worldwide release – but no official statement has been declared.
With a budget of Rs. 150 crores, Baahubali is the most expensive movie in the history of Indian cinema. It is a sweeping epic that glues the audience for straight 2 hours and 40 minutes, with our mouths wide open to the grandeur of the sets. The movie spans generation and gives us a peek into the work of a visionary filmmaker who offers us a skillful blend of storytelling with modern VFX. No wonder the movie is the highest ranked on IMBD with a whopping 9.5 rating!
Karan Johar, under his production house Dharma Productions has taken the opportunity to make the Hindi version of the movie. The Baahubali actor Prabhas said, “It’s an honor for the entire ‘Baahubali’ team to be associated with Karan Johar as he is the biggest name in the country as a producer and director with his brand Dharma Productions.”
Baahubali -2 Trailer Release
As soon as the trailer released on 16th March, it took the internet by storm. The 2 minutes and 24-second long trailer crossed 3 million views on Youtube in less than 6 hours! So get ready to see the spectacular kingdom of Mahismiti, the younger version of Bhallala Deva and Mahender Baahubali and a war scene like no other. And what’s best, the national question of 2016 – “Kattapa ne Baahubali ko kyu maara” also gets answered.
Watch the trailer of Baahubali 2 here: