Baahubali's blockbuster success teaches us these 5 financial lessons – Check out

Investors can take these 5 financial lessons from Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.

By Reema Sharma | Updated: May 13, 2017, 13:30 PM IST
Baahubali's blockbuster success teaches us these 5 financial lessons – Check out

New Delhi: Within just two weeks of its release, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has become the first Indian film to gross Rs 1,000 crore internationally .

Baahubali 2 was one of the highly anticipated movies after the phenomenal success of the 2015 film Baahubali: The Beginning.

The `Baahubali` wave has taken over the world and it is in no mood to stop.

Drawing parallels between the movie and investment, stock broking firm Angel Broking has said that we can take 5 financial lessons from the movie.

The waiting game eventually pays off

Amrendra Bahubali forfeits his right to the throne but never loses sight of the kingdom. It took the second generation to finally gain the kingdom. Angel Broking says that the case is similar in the field of investment. The waiting game eventually pays off.

Stick to your core investment philosophy –Never compromise

Bahubali abdicates his throne to keep his promise. He does not compromise on his principles. The blog post says that in investment arena too, you must stick to your core investment goal.

Let your investment decisions run by logic not by emotions

Bahubali was caught between the dichotomy of his mother's will and his own promise/commitment. However, he never let emotions take over his decision. He always followed what he thought to be logical and ethical.  Similarly, the blog argues, that your investment decisions too must be driven by logic and analysis. Never let emotions shroud your decisions.

When to be greedy and when not

Bahubali’s brother Bhallaldeva  cherish a dream to become the king, however he was more driven by wrong greed. The blog post says, investors should know when to be greedy and when to be fearful.

What's with the sequels?

Sequels do work in reality as well –Bahubali 2 has proved it. Similarly in your investment portfolio, the blog says, profit booking is not the end of your relationship with the stock. You can always look up to successful sequels.