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SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus has left Bollywood speechless and Tollywood proud. Baahubali 2 has smashed old records, and has set some unthinkable and unreachable benchmarks in the recent times. Not only has it crossed Rs 1000 crore-mark at the worldwide box office, becoming the first Indian film to ever touch such a grand number, it has become the fastest film to crack Rs 300-crore mark where Hindi language film is concerned. All these achievements are getting every sort of praises for the director and the entire cast, including the VFX team. South Indian superstar Pawan Kalyan took to Twitter to congratulate the team. He wrote, “My Heartfelt congratulations to Shri Rajmouli, Shri Prabhas & team for their stupendous success of. Baahubali and achieving the 1000 crore mark.”
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Not only him, even Mahesh Babu thanked Rajamouli for making the entire Telugu film fraternity proud, “The unthinkable has happened! 1000 crores & counting! Thank you @ssrajamouli & team for making me & the entire Telugu film fraternity proud.” Earlier, Devi Sri Prasad wrote a long note about moments that were just unbelievable for him. In fact, Bollywood has also been bitten by the craze around the masterpiece portrayed by Rajamouli through his larger than life characters — Baahubali (played by Prabhas), Bhallaladev (Rana Daggubati), Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan) and Devasena (Anushka Shetty).
In another tweet, the actor wrote, “Shri Rajmouli with his years of hard work, tenacity & dedication made all of us proud.. I wish him many more achievements like this. And my heartfelt wishes to Sri Rana daggupati & other actors and my heartfelt congratulations to Producers& technical team.”
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Recently, Rishi Kapoor took to Twitter and wrote, “‘BAHU’t’BALI’yaan chadengi filmon ki to match this film’s triumph and business. An Indian celebration it is. Glad am part of this business of films.”