New Delhi: Indian filmmaker SS Rajamouli's upcoming 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' is all set to take the silver screens by storm this Friday. But, you might have to actually 'earn' your way to the ticket counters if you are planning to watch the flick during the very first weekend. Shocked much? Well, let us explain!
Since almost two years now, 'why Kattappa killed Baahubali' has become the favourite question of the cinema lovers of all age groups. Not just moviegoers, but even the celebrities have teased the same all over the social media platforms. As a result, people are going crazy to know the answer before anyone else.
Not just this! In fact, the production value of 'Baahubali' has made it an iconic name in the Indian cinema. It is being said that the film will introduce the most impressive international level VFX to the desi audience for the first time.
Now, keeping in mind all of this, the ticket counters or cinema halls were presumed to get flooded by the viewers as soon as the advance booking showed a green light. Hence, the movie is expected to be released in over 8100 screens countrywide to cater the humongous demand.
While people were expecting the unexpected, the 'Baahubali 2' frenzy standards turned out to be unimaginable.
If we talk about the advance booking status of the flick, people are already facing houseful signs for the weekend shows. And, today is just Wednesday. Some online videos, doing the rounds on the social media, showcase long queues at multiplexes and people standing for hours in order to book tickets of 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion'.
Ticket prices at some theatres are soaring high. It is being said that, keeping this fanfare in mind, cinema halls are now trying to accommodate more shows in order to provide some relief to the audience.
Check out some glimpses posted by Twitter users as they battle it out to book tickets:
— Rockstar (@Rockztar_1) 25 April 2017
— Bobby Ganguly (@BobbGanguly) 26 April 2017
— Santhosh Kancharla (@santhu1134) 26 April 2017
WOW! This is certainly a new level of frenzy. Isn’t it?
'Baahubali' also features Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia, Sathyaraj, Nasser and Ramya Krishnan in pivotal roles. The film, about the battle between two warring brothers for an ancient kingdom, will release in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam respectively.
The second half of the magnum opus - 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' – will be releasing on April 28 this year. It is expected to emerge as the biggest Box Office blockbuster of Indian cinema.