Baahubali 2 first look: Chiseled-bodied Prabhas woos fans with his 100 kg look
The first look of the long awaited film Baahubali: The Conclusion, or Baahubali 2 as it is popularly known, is finally out. The movie posters featuring Prabhas was unveiled at the Jio MAMI Film Festival in Mumbai on Saturday.
— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) October 22, 2016
Mahendra Baahubali, Prabhas character, is seen sporting a chiseled body with one hand in chains and the other holding a sword. Prabhas celebrates his birthday on Sunday and the poster also wishes him a happy birthday.
When asked if he had to work hard to achieve this body, Rajamouli responded saying, "He has worked tremendously hard for years to achieve this." Prabhas added that Rana and he ate 20 eggs whites everyday to achieve a 100 kg look. Speaking about the changes in their lives Anushka said that the greatest change in her life is that people who have watched the film now refer to her as Devasena.
The film received a standing ovation at the film festival during the first look launch.
Directed by SS Rajamouli, the multilingual is the sequel of the 2015 film Baahubali: The Beginning. The makers kept the fans excited with their tweets.
I myself cant wait to tweet the first look. Just waiting for the decks to be cleared and it'll be out there for you guys very soon! — rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) October 22, 2016
The director SS Rajamouli along with his producer Shobu Yarlagadda and his cast Tamannaah Bhatia, Anushka Shetty and Prabhas were present at the launch. Rana Daggubatti seemed missing in action.
The Baahubali team also launched the teaser to a virtual reality spin-off film set around the world of Baahubali, and gave the audience a sneak-peek into a game and comic based on the epic franchise.
Rajamouli had said to IANS earlier, "I am really excited to share the first look of Baahubali 2 with all the fans. Doing it at MAMI Mela is going to be a lot of fun, especially with the entire cast on stage with me."
The film will release on 28 April, 2017.
Updated Date: Oct 22, 2016 17:53 PM