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IN Celebrities ON 24 Oct, 2016
The first look of the last chapter, Baahubali: The Conclusion was released by S. S Rajamauli at the MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival on the eve of Saturday.
The poster looks larger than life. Prabhas makes a thunderous entry with a rusted chain in one arm while he holds a sleek black double-edged sword in his other hand.
On the trailer launch, the ace director S.S Rajamauli declared that the movie is all set to release on 28 April 2017.
When the media asked Prabhas why it took two years to make the next part he said, "Rajamauli is very particular about his cinema, he cannot leave any stone untouched." He also added that few changes had to be made in the movie which cost them 50 days of shoot.
The first look of Baahubali 2 is finally out and it looks magnificent. What do you think?
The first part of Baahubali was a blockbuster. It earned around 200 million on its first day from the international market.
Baahubali 2 is undoubtedly the most awaited movie of 2017.
Why Kattappa killed Baahubali? Remember this famous question? Well, this time it will be answered.
On the day of trailer launch, the entire team sang the theme music of the movie and gave birthday wishes to Prabhas, the hero of Baahubali.
Dangal, by the perfectionist Aamir Khan and Baahubali, are going to have a huge clash on box office the next year.
Finally, the wait is over. Baahubali 2 will be released on April 28, 2017.
According to S.S Rajamauli, Baahubali 2 is a beautiful journey of Shivudu to claim the throne of Mahishmati.
All the fans of Baahubali were disappointed that there was just one poster of Baahubali, as they wanted to see more of it. But the actor Rana Daggubati revealed that the theatrical trailer will be soon out in December.
S.S Rajamauli is undoubtedly the most experienced and educated director of our time. The knowledge he has of cinema is unbelievable and can be clearly seen in his larger than life movies.
The excited director S. S. Rajamauli released the first look of Baahubali 2 on twitter. Did you see the hashtag #WKKB? Remind you of something? If yes, do mention it in the comments below.
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