From Eeshwar to Baahubali 2: Here's how Prabhas has changed over the years [In pics]

The massive transformation Prabhas has undergone for Baahubali 2 is really shocking. Check out his transformation over the years

After the wait of around two years, the trailer of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is finally out and now we can’t wait for the movie anymore. Filmmaker SS Rajamouli has brought a magical world through this 2.2-minute video. Baahubali: The Conclusion is a new beginning to the end of the story that began in 2015 and most importantly we will finally come to know why Kattappa killed Baahubali. Though the entire trailer is intriguing and we just couldn’t have asked for more, protagonist ‘Baahubali’ — Prabhas just grabbed our attention. Over the years, he has changed a lot. In the period of 14 years, Prabhas has shown a drastic change in both his physiques and looks.

He debuted in 2002 with Eeshwar and in 2017, while watching Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, we realised the change in the actor. It can clearly be seen how much effort he has done in building the character of Baahubali in two years. Before the actor bulked up for the role, he looked like a normal actor with a cute smile. His massive transformation is just too true to be shocked. For all the Prabhas fans out there, here is his transformation over the years. Well, this is gonna be a treat for your eyes and just so that you get something more, we have compiled his lesser known facts too:

The one from his starting years. But do you know Prabhas’ real name? Venkata Satyanarayana Prabhas Raju Uppalapati is his real name and is often described as Tollywood’s Shatrughan Sinha.


Well, Prabhas’ has become a big name in Bollywood as well. In 2014, he made his Bollywood debut with Ajay Devgn’s Action Jackson. He did a cameo role.


Prabhas was trained by Mr. World 2010, Laxman Reddy for his role in Baahubali. He was asked to gain a lot of pure muscle without fat. The makers of the film gifted the actor gym equipment valued at Rs 1.5 crore.


Here’s what he used to look before Baahubali and what he looks now:






Have you watched the trailer yet?