Baahubali 2 is set for a grand premiere on 27th April.
After nearly two years, one of the most awaited films of 2017 – Baahubali 2 is ready for release. As per latest reports, the movie’s Telugu version has been cleared with a U/A certificate. In 7 days, the movie will hit theatres and we will finally know why Kattappa killed Baahubali. As fans are gearing up for the release of this magnum Opus, the premiere which will be held on 27th April will be a grand event in every sense. As per BT reports, Considering Karan Johar is backing this movie in Hindi, the entire film industry is expected to be there. The report further states, the hosts of this mega event are looking into all the details. In fact, it is expected to be a red carpet event. The entire set will be decorated with props and artworks keeping the theme in mind. The film will be screened in Telugu and HIndi. What’s more the entire cast and crew is will be attending this premiere. Wow! We can’t wait for 27th April.
Ever since the trailer was launched on 16th March, the excitement for this film doubled. Every aspect of the promo – right from its VFX to its powerful characters to the compelling story has been a talking point. Within a week, the trailer clocked in 100M views. The movie will release in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam. Fans can’t believe after a spectacular first part, Baahubali 2 promises to be grander and bigger than part 1. The movie has alreayd raked in Rs 400-500 crore as part of its theatrical, satellite rights. While fans are eagerly awaiting the film’s release, Baahubali’s animated series has been launched. The movie has expanded into graphic novels, TV series, merchandise as well.
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Baahubali: The Conclusion is the continuation to Baahubali: The beginning. While the first part was about laying the groundwork, the second part will delve deeper into the story. Along with the war sequence at the end, we can expect a lot more drama in Part 2. Also, get ready for an epic face between Bhallaladeva and Baahubali in the conclusion.