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Here’s the first poster of ‘Baahubali 2’ that has brought Internet to a standstill

Since cine lovers saw the magnum opus movie ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ in the year 2015, they have been waiting with bated breath for the sequel. Though, the second movie of the series will release on

India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: October 22, 2016 18:08 IST ]
Here’s the first poster of ‘Baahubali 2’
Image Source : PTI Here’s the first poster of ‘Baahubali 2’

Since cine lovers saw the magnum opus movie ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ in the year 2015, they have been waiting with bated breath for the sequel. Though, the second movie of the series will release on April 28, the makers have given little something to the buffs. The first look of the movie released a short while ago at the MAMI Film Festival.

The first poster features actor Prabhas who plays the role of Baahubali. A bare bodied Prabhas looks ferocious in the poster.

Here is the first poster for you:

The director of the movie SS Rajamouli took to micro-blogging website Twitter to write that “Every story has ONE single moment at its core which defines & drives the entire plot”(sic).

Here is what he tweeted about the movie:

‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ ended on a mysterious note. The death of Baahuabli by his close confidant Kattappa gave cine lovers sleepless nights. So, something from the sequel must have made them happy.

As soon as the poster released, netizens took to Twitter to express their love for it. Here is what Twitter said about the intriguing poster:

The team of Baahubali also released the teaser to a virtual reality spin-off film set. At the film festival, the movie received a standing ovation. And why wouldn’t it? After all, Baahubali made few Hollywood movies look pale in terms of visuals. We are sure people want more and more of the sequel to ease their anxieties.

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