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Rishi Kapoor calls Baahubali 2 ‘An Indian celebration,’ indirectly takes a dig at Hindi cinema


The veteran actor seems to be super impressed by S S Rajamouli's film, Baahubali: The Conclusion.

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Keyur Seta

The triumph of S S Rajamouli's Baahubali: The Conclusion has been nothing short of a storm. Starring Prabhas and Rana Daggubati, the film has not only created new box office records but also ensured that it will take something special for a film to come anywhere near its records in the future. Till Saturday, the film had earned in excess of Rs600 crore in India alone. 

Just like the audiences, a lot of Hindi film stars are also unable to stop themselves from gushing about the film. The latest one from tinsel town to be blown away by the film is veteran actor Rishi Kapoor. 

Kapoor saw the film last evening and couldn’t stop himself from tweeting about the film in interval itself. He wrote, “Seeing Bahubali 2 now. Interval. Chat later about the film. I want to know where has this film been shot? I want a 2 BHK there! Any agent?” Kapoor’s joke was well received by his followers.

But there was more humour to come from the actor. After watching the entire film, the actor was so impressed that he not only labelled it “An Indian celebration,” but also took at dig possibly on Hindi film industry to match up with this film. He wrote, “"BAHU"t"BALI"yaan chadengi filmon ki to match this film's triumph and business. An Indian Celebration.Glad am part of this business of films.” 

With Baahubali continuing to go strong in its second week, it looks like Rishi Kapoor has another prediction set to come true.