The film opened to a grand release earlier this morning with fans queuing for miles outside theatres to watch the much-awaited film. The Baahubali 2-fever has been so high in places like Hyderabad, people celebrated the release by pouring milk on life-sized cutouts of the film's star Prabhas - much the same way fans celebrate a Rajinikanth film.
The fantasy drama is the second part to Baahubali: The Beginning released in 2015. The film was a huge success and ended in a cliffhanger which subsequently became a huge phenomenon on social media. Jokes and memes on 'why Katappa killed Baahubali?' became extremely popular online. Now, along with words of praise for the second and final installment of the films, tweeple are also requesting everyone who has seen the film to not share any spoilers online.
Here's what Twitter has to say about Baahubali 2:
Watching #Bahubali2.. Interval.. S-T-U-P-E-N-D-O-U-S !!- Amod Mehra (@MehraAmod) April 28, 2017
#Baahubali2 10 times better than baahubali1 ..prabhas steals show all the way !!- SUNNY REDDY (@SUNNYNANNURI) April 27, 2017
#Baahubali2 fever grips Hyderabad. Will it breach Rs 1000cr mark? Depends on the much-awaited answer to *Q of the Year* Why Kattappa... ..- Basant Singh (@SinghBasant) April 28, 2017
The effects are top notch & the story is classic. A must see for any film fans. The Best film of 2017, Best movie ever made! #Baahubali2- Divya (@dipziebaby) April 28, 2017
People can finally sleep in peace, now that they know why Katappa killed Baahubali.#suchburningquestions:3- rashmi kundu (@thesimplebong) April 28, 2017
Snapchat CEO should check Bahubali 2 ticket prices to know how rich we Indians are#BahubaliTheConclusion- karan sheth (@krn_seth) April 27, 2017
First half : super- J M Rajashekar (@JMraj4) April 28, 2017
Second half :avg #BahubaliTheConclusion routine revenge story with good war scenes and screenplay music
Baahubali 2 has released in several languages including Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and more. It is said to be the year's biggest film. It comes as no surprise then that several fans have taken half day off at work to watch the film on the first day itself. "Convinced our bosses 20 days earlier. We will work 30 minutes extra every day and make up. But you have to let us watch it on the day of release," fans outside Mumbai theatres told NDTV.
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