In Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, King Bhalla wanted to marry Devasena but she chooses Baahubali over him and hence after killing Baahubali he captures her for a good 25 years. But looks like he finally got what he wanted. He finally got to romance Devasena.
‘Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion’ is still smashing all box office records and the actors are walking away with lots of appreciation. While in the first part, we saw Prabhas (Mahendra Baahubali) romancing Tamannaah Bhatia (Avanthika, the second part saw him (Amarendra Baahubali) romancing Anushka Shetty (Devasena). One also saw the roving eye of the evil Bhallaladeva on Devasena. However, Devasena and Baahubali are in love and we even saw a romantic track of them in the movie. The more we say is less for how great a film Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is, how genius a filmmaker SS Rajamouli is, how awesome Prabhas is, how menacing Rana Daggubati is or how fiery and gorgeous Anushka Shetty is. The film’s thunderous box office numbers are a proof of that.
By now most of us have seen the magnum opus and such is the effect of the film that we lived with those characters throughout their journey of two films. So much so, that when we see something that is not in sync with the film, it is difficult to sink in. A while ago, there was a textile TVC that went viral on the internet as it showed Kattappa and Sivagami romancing as a royal couple. Now, we very well know that they are actors and they do different roles out of the Baahubali world as well. But such is the effect of the film that it’s difficult for each and every fan to see Kattappa daring to romance the mother supremo, Sivagami.
The above song is from a movie Rudhramadevi. Before Baahubali 2: The Conclusion and after Baahubali: The Beginning, a movie called Rudhramadevi had released which featured Anushka Shetty in the lead role. It is a Telugu film which was dubbed in Hindi as well.
Even though we know it’s a completely different movie but such is the impact of the film that you can’t help but ditch the idea of them romancing.
Are we right or are we right ?