This throwback matrimonial post by Rana Daggubatti seeking a bride for 'Baahubali' Prabhas will leave you ROFLing

Rana Daggubatti's ad elaborately mentioned all the qualities that Baahubali possesses in an extremely hilarious 'Baahubali' fashion.

Bahubali or Baahubali’s Bhalla Deva and Amarendra Baahubali might have fought an epic battle on-screen but they both share a great friendship offscreen. Actor Rana Daggubatti who played Bhalla Deva and Prabhas who played the lead character in the movie seem to get along quite well, so much so that Daggubatti posted a matrimonial ad for Prabhas, sorry, Baahubali. Yes. After Baahubali 1 or Baahubali: The Beginning, rumours were abuzz that Prabhas’s family is looking for a bride for him and he would get married by the end of 2016. Taking a dig at this news, Rana Daggubatti decided to have fun and posted  a matrimonial ad on his Twitter handle seeking a bride for ‘Baahubali’, not Prabhas.

(Also read: Watch: Anushka Shetty finds Prabhas sexier than Rana Daggubati and the reason will shock you)

In the ad, he has elaborately mentioned all the qualities that Baahubali possesses in an extremely hilarious way with things like ‘extremely well-built, would help with heavy household chores. Climbs mountains whenever he spots a marriage prospect, but is not a stalker. Adept at make-up — can do bride’s make up as well’. LOL.

In what can be said as a perfect description of Anushka Shetty s characters, Devasena, the prospective bride’s description is equally funny. Here’s the ad, which was posted by Rana Daggubatti with #brideforbali:

 

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