Baahubali 2’s Prabhas becomes the first South Indian actor to feature at Madame Tussauds

Statue of the actor will be displayed at the Bangkok Museum.

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Statue of Prabhas at Madame Tussauds

Baahubali 2 seems to be unstoppable and the storm that it has created doesn’t seem to end soon. The film has already earned INR 500 crores in just five days from the release date and became the first Indian feature film to do so. Numbers are being shattered at the box office by this epic and the golden number of INR 1000 crores doesn’t seem to be too far.

Fans of Prabhas are all praise for the actor and are hailing him for his performance in Baahubali 2. Prabhas has now become the favourite amongst masses, not just in Telugu states, but across the nation. And gradually, Prabhas seems to be overtaking the Khans at the top level.

Prabhas is now the first Telugu actor to have a wax statue at the Madame Tussauds. Tussauds is the highest honour an actor or an artist can get. The wax statue will be displayed at one of their museums. Prabhas has outnumbered senior actors like Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan and Chiranjeevi after achieving this feat.

Statue of Prabhas at Madame Tussauds
Statue of Prabhas at Madame Tussauds

Baahubali 2 seems to be achieving all possible things in the world besides making a great business for the makers. The film was screened at the British Film Institute in London, and the cast & crew of the film attended the special screening.

Baahubali 2 released in thousands of screens worldwide and is the first Indian cinema to have more than 2500 VFX shots in it. More than 300 VFX studios have worked on this magnum opus to achieve the visuals that director Rajamouli had envisioned.

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