Prabhas-Starrer Baahubali 2 Mania Spreads To Russia – Read Viral Tweet

The biggest film of Telugu and Indian cinema, Baahubali series starring Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Ramya Krishna, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Sathyaraj in main leads directed by ace director Rajamouli. The Baahubali and second part of the film, Baahubali: The Conclusion, shattered box office records and shall always remain one of the best Indian films of all time.

We don’t need to mention the popularity this film has all over the world. Questions like why did Kattapa kill Baahubali after the first part and then feeling bad for Baahubali death in the second part, we connected to every bit of the film with all our heart. Now, the Indian film, Baahubali is going places. On May 28, the official Twitter account of the Embassy of the Russian Federation posted a video of Baahubali: The Conclusion being aired on a television channel in Russia. Baahubali’s dubbed version with Russian voiceover is being telecast.

Sharing the video, the Russian Embassy wrote, “Indian cinema gains popularity in Russia. Look what Russian TV is broadcasting right now: the Baahubali with Russian voiceover! (sic).” And in no time, the tweet got viral all over the social media as Baahubali and Indian cinema fans took pride by watching our Indian film taking places and loved by Russian audiences. An Indian film dubbed in their language Russian is obviously the biggest thing everyone should be proud of.

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The Baahubali series was produced on a whopping budget of Rs 250 crores and managed to earn more than Rs 1,800 crores worldwide. Originally shot in Telugu and Tamil, the film also released in multiple languages such as Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, Chinese, and Japanese to name a few. Also, garnered quite a few prestigious awards like National Awards, Filmfare, and International awards too.

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