WHY KATTAPPA KILLED BAHUBALI – BAAHUBALI PART 2 REAL STORY LEAKED

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This has to be the biggest news for all the Bahubali fans out there that have been desperately waiting for the release of Bahubali 2. The much kept secret behind the Why kattappa killed Bahubali  in the first part of SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus epic drama Bahubali: The Beginning was leaked on the messaging app WhatsApp. The main plot of the second part of Bahubali movie Bahubali: The Conclusion has gone viral with the ardent fans sharing the apparent storyline of Prabhas, Tamannaah, Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati and Sathyaraj starrer.

According to message doing circles on WhatsApp about the story of Bahubali 2, Kattappa (played by Sathyaraj) is loyal army chief of Mahishmati kingdom. Kattappa’s ancestors have sworn to obey the orders of the Mahishpati king. Not just Kattappa (Sathyaraj), but everyone born in this kingdom be it his ancestors or the generations that would follow are meant to serve the Mahishmati royals.

Once Bahubali becomes the emperor of the kingdom, he falls in love with certain Devasena(played by Anushka Shetty). The twist in the tale is that Bhallala Deva (played by Rana Daggubati) is also in love with Devasena. According to the instructions of Rajmata Shivagami (played by Ramya Krishnan), whoever marries Devasena will have to leave the empire and will be exiled.Bahubali agrees to this condition and decides to marry Devasena and leave Mahishmati kingdom.

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Once Bahubali departs the kingdom, it comes under the attack of son of Kalakeya King, which forces Bahubali to return Mahishmati and save his kingdom. This drastic change of scenario sparks fear in Bhallala Deva, who thinks Rajmata will give reins back to Bahubali. Then, Bhallala Deva orders Kattappa to kill Bahubali. Kattappa, who is under the oath of obeying the king’s order does what is told.

Well, this story line looks quite viable but it has to be seen if the makers actually present it when Bahubali: The Conclusion hits theaters in early 2016. In the modern period of Indian cinema, there have only been handful of movies that have got the audiences hooked up to it much after they have left the theaters. In the age where the success of movies is measured through the crore clubs it enters as opposed to longevity, as was it the times  gone by, Bahubali has managed to strike the right chords of its audiences and weaved magic with its story and visual effects.

 

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