Baahubali Makes History; 1st Non-Eng Film At Royal Albert Hall, London

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Prabhas' Baahubali: The Beginning became the first non-English film to have been screened at Royal Albert Hall in London. The film received a standing ovation.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

S S Rajamouli’s magnum opus the Baahubali film franchise counts in the list of Indian's all-time biggest blockbusters. The film franchise which has a massive fan following across the world made the country proud yet again as Baahubali: The Beginning was recently screened at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where it was honoured with a standing ovation. In fact, the Hindi film which was played with English subtitles became the first non-Eng film to have been showcased the Royal Albert Hall.

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The lead cast of the film including Producer Shobu Yarlagadda, director SS Rajamouli, Prabhas, Rana Daggubati and Anushka Shetty flew from Hyderabad to London to attend the October 19 screening of Baahubali: The Beginning. Actor Rana Daggubati who essayed the role of Bhallaladeva, the primary antagonist of the Baahubali franchise, shared pictures from the grand Royal Albert Hall screening on Instagram and captioned it saying, "TheMIGHT, TheMAJESTY, TheMAHISHMATI"

Take a look:


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Prabhas shares a picture from the Baahubali reunion

Meanwhile, actor Prabhas took to social media and gave fans a sneak peek to their royal Baahubali reunion. He shared a picture with the cast of the film on Instagram and captioned it saying, "It's a #RoyalReunion in London with my #Baahubali team!"

Take a look:


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Baahubali: The Beginning

Baahubali: The Beginning is the first installment of the film franchise which is followed by Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. The epic saga is plotted around the ancient kingdom of Mahishmathi and narrates the story of royal politics, friendship, and deceit. In the first part of the film franchise, Prabhas' character Shivudu, who grows up in a village falls in love with a warrior girl Avantika, played by Tamanna Bhatiya who has been given the responsibility to rescue their former queen Devasena (Anushka Shetty) from the captivation of now emperor of the state Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati). Shivudu however takes up the charge to save Devasena and following the same, he discovers that he is originally the son of the late king of Mahishmathi Amarendra Baahubali.

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