Baahubali 2 is roaring wild all over the world with its terrific Box Office collections. The SS Rajamouli film is also soon going to be the first regional film entering the coveted Rs 300 crore club in India. The films who are already in the club are two Salman Khan starrers — Sultan and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and Aamir Khan’s Dangal and PK.
While everybody is busy praising the makers of this Prabhas and Rana Daggubati film for being a kind of marvel, a Tamil director has taken to Twitter to slam the film. He has written to SS Rajamouli in his posts mentioned five important points that make Baahubali 2 a film which has increased problems for filmmakers. The points that his posts mention are:
“1. Paying just Rs 120 to witness and experience such a marvellous show a collection box or the producer’s account number or address should have been available for the extra payment
2. The length of the film was too short. No one wanted the experience to get over in just 3 hours.
3. Too much detailing and perfection shattering most of the filmmakers’ confidence, head weight and thought process about their own products.
4. It shouldn’t have been the conclusion, but an inclusion of another 10 parts would have given us the feeling that we are up for more miracles on screen, in the near future.
5. Tough times ahead! Too difficult a bench mark being set. Don’t know how many more years it will take to beat all these records in the history of Indian cinema.”
SS Rajamouli, who is getting congratulatory messages from all around acknowledged the post. He replied to the filmmaker on Twitter and thanked him for his analysis. Here’s what he tweeted:
@VigneshShivN Hahahhah… Thank you so much Vignesh 🙂
— rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) May 3, 2017
Here’s what Vignesh had tweeted:
5 Mistakes in #Baahubali2
Frm Legend @ssrajamouli sir’s Masterpiece!
— Vignesh ShivN (@VigneshShivN) May 1, 2017
Rajamouli is a on a thanks giving spree though. He has been thanking all the celebs who have watched Baahubali 2 and are praising him for his craft.
Congratulations again, SS Rajamouli!
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