Finally, woh din aa hi gaaya? Well, almost. The day we’ll come to know Katappa ne Baahubali ko kyu mara? Even ACP Pradyuman and Daya failed to solve the greatest and the finest mystery of 21st century cinema.
But I, along with the nation, want to know the answer to this burning question. But it seems like online booking is going to be a b*tch to me and not let me book one of the earliest shows for the film, as they’ve been prebooked. Ya, I know… My snail’s pace is responsible for it. Dammit!
But don’t be a loser like me, go and watch this magnum opus – Baahubali 2: The Conclusion – first day, first show.
Baahubali is the Troy, 300 of Indian cinema
If Gerard Butler and Brad Pitt’s eight-packs and ripped bodies stupefied you then Prabhas and Rana will rock your world. Literally! Sample this.
That’s not the only swag you’ll get to see. SS Rajamouli’s high-octane action and sexy VFXs has successfully turned a Tollywood film into a world-class movie on par with international cinema. Move aside Zack Snyder, SS Rajamouli is here.
Why Did Katappa Kill Baahubali?
Is there life after death? If you’re unable to answer that, here’s another pressing question. Why did Katappa kill Baahubali? Come Friday, at least one of the questions will finally be answered. Bye bye confusion!
What’s the Kahani of Maharani Devasena?
In Baahubali part 1, we were introduced to the battered and chained Maharani Devasena, who was rescued by the chhappan inch ki chhaati Mahendra Baahubali. Who, by the way, is her beta and looks like papaji completely. But Devasena hai kaun? We don’t know anything about her except watching her slaying the bad guys like Daenerys Targaryen in a rani pink sari.
Film-y Dry Spell
Bahut hogaya IPL. It’s time to step out and watch some real action. The dry spell of Bollywood films has left movie buffs thirsty for some real entertainment.
You’ve waited for two bleddy years to know Katappa ne Baahubali ko kyu maara. And now you don’t want a shuturmurg to spoil it for you and reveal the plot.
So stop reading this post and go book your tickets. If you don’t get a morning show (like me) then call in sick at work. But save yourself from the Baahubali tsunami that’s going to hit us all tomorrow.