Black Panther’s M’Baku, Winston Duke, loves Baahubali and it cannot get bigger than this

This appreciation from Winston Duke comes after Baahubali won a National Award which were recently announced.

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We all know the heights of success magnum opus Baahubali has scaled and how it took Indian cinema to a new level on global platforms. Directed by S.S.Rajamouli, Baahubali is one of the biggest films in Indian cinema in terms of collections having earned a collection of more than Rs.1500 crores across India and a similar number at a global level too. Baahubali has been recognised at many film festivals and is often spoken about at many international forums, making Indian cinema proud. And the latest praise comes from a Hollywood actor who himself has been part of another top project and is known for his role in that. Winston Duke, who pays M’Baku in Black Panther, heaped praises on Baahubali and said that the magnum opus is one of his favourite films. Taking to Instagram, Winston Duke posted stories on his handle with images from Baahubali and also mentioned that the film was made in the Telugu film industry. It cannot bigger than this receiving an appreciation from an actor of such huge project. Winston Duke will also be seen in Avengers Infinity which will soon hit the screens in India.

This appreciation from Winston Duke comes after Baahubali won a National Award which were recently announced. Baahubali won the Best Action Director which was designed by Peter Heins. Even after one year of the release, Baahubali has been garnering attention from all around the world and is being lauded for the way the film was shot. Director of Baahubali, S.S.Rajamouli, recently was invited by the Pakistan International Film Festival and the filmmaker did attend the festival. Rajamouli was invited there for Baahubali which is famous all over the world now. Baahubali was made in two parts – Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali: The Conclusion. While the first part gave an insight into the characters and established a narrative, the second part gave a complete picture of the story and why the king Amarendra Baahubali was killed.

    Anonymous

    Glory to Hanuman!

    Anonymous

    See India, a black actor can apprciate your work. Can you do same to black actors? #Racismmustend

    Anonymous

    Shame on bollywood actors who did’nt utter a single word for this epic movie, as if they will loose their honour if they speak about a south indian telugu film.

    Anonymous

    It’s nice to see appreciation for Baahubali from people all over the world. Nice message from Winston Duke.

    Anonymous

    Thicc Kings supporting Thicc Kings …love it

    Anonymous

    Very cool! What a compliment.

    Anonymous

    Baahubali is a legend in Indian cinema

    Anonymous

    wow see the humility in them, Bollywood please watch and learn. THANK YOU.

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