[WATCH] Baahubali 2: Prabhas Makes Thunderous Entry In The First Look


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Baahubali The Conclusion first look: S S Rajamouli’s magnum opus poster released amid huge fanfare in Mumbai. The film is set to release on April 28, 2017.

Hold your breath. Fasten your seat belts. Get your popcorn tubs ready. It’s Baahubali time! The wait is over as the story has already started unveiling its layers. The first glimpse of Baahubali 2 is casting its spell on the fandom. The first look poster of the next chapter, Baahubali: The Conclusion, was released by S S Rajamouli amid huge fanfare at the MAMI 18th Mumbai Film Festival on Saturday.

With thunderous background, the Baahubali 2 poster makes a roaring entry as Prabhas flexing his muscles with a chain wrapped around one arm while he holds a sleek black double-edged sword in his other arm.

Giving us a one-liner about the next part, the director posted, β€œAnd how he (Baahubali) wins the Mahishmati Kingdom with his Unrestrained Power is #Baahubali2 The Conclusion.”


The Baahubali team assured that the film is a just branch of the entire tree of the mammoth franchise. We definitely believe it considering the teaser of the animated series was already pushed on October 1, the comic books and first-look poster was released on Saturday along with the virtual reality experience across theatres with VR booths.

The film also shared its first motion poster soon after.

And there is much more in store before the film releases. At the film festival in Mumbai, we also got to see fans trying out the VR gear to relish the nook and corner of the land of Baahubali.

The magnum opus is said to be in its final stages of shooting with two more songs and a couple of action sequences being wrapped up in a span of two and half months. The film is set to release on April 28, 2017.

Online Source: The Indian Express.

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