Watch Video: Japanese audience’s reaction to the screening of Baahubali is pleasing

SS Rajamouli shared a video on his Twitter handle in which the audience present in theatre are seen waving their phones with lights on during the opening scenes involving Prabhas and Ramya Krishna.

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Even after more than a year of release, Baahubali is still one of the most spoken about film in international cinema arena. Directed by SS Rajamouli, Baahubali is one of the most successful films in Indian cinema in terms of earnings and fame as well. After having broken numerous records at Indian box office, Baahubali was released in Japan recently and the response from the audience there was overwhelming for the makers. Baahubali has been having a terrific run in Japan and is one of the most successful films in the South Asian nation. Director SS Rajamouli and producer Shobu Yarlagadda were present at a screening of Baahubali in Japan yesterday and the audience’s reaction during the screening was pleasing.

The makers shared a video on Twitter handle in which the audience present in theatre are seen waving their phones with lights on during the opening scenes involving Prabhas and Ramya Krishna. The Japanese audience seem to be in love with the magnum opus and is sure on the way to have a great run at that box office too.

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.

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

    I see more desis than Japanese.

    Anonymous

    I just don’t understand what was so great about this film. The story and characters were so shallow.

      Anonymous

      Yeah, you deserve the govinda type movies…

    Anonymous

    Congratulations! Hope they release it in English as well. I want the world to know the Indian culture through such movies. I dream of Mahabharata being made on this level and become a cult like Harry Potter series. Mahabharata and Ramayana will be able to show the world the great Hindu culture.

    Anonymous

    I will go to Japan to watch bollywood movies.

    Anonymous

    India will always be a world force to be reckoned with am not Indian but I will always appreciate hard work, dedication and steadfastness where I see it.

    Congratulations Sir, more power to your elbow, this feat is just the beginning because you and your team have a lot more to offer the world.

    PV please post

    Anonymous

    supper…just wow…thanks SS Rajamouli and Prabhas….

    Anonymous

    Wow.

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