Why Kattappa killed Baahubali is known to the world now! Who was the King of Mahishmathi kingdom when Baahubali died is also clear, and what happens to Bhallaladeva is also evident during the climax of the movie. So, does that mean that all the tangled questions and elements of doubts are cleared for the audience? No, wait for it. We have a new question running in the back of our minds now.
Who is Bhallaladeva's wife?
Sounds interesting, doesn't it? Bhalla's wife is not to be seen in the first part, Baahubali 1: The Beginning, and the audience were in some expectations with the built up curiosity hoping that the mystery of the same would be revealed in the second part.
However, the second part, Baahubali 2 doesn't show a glimpse of Bhalla's wife, though the first part of the franchise introduces Bhadra, as Bhalla's son.
With the mystery being unresolved, the social media folks took their doubts on their favourite platforms, Facebook and Twitter where they were seen questioning the team of Baahubali in the form of memes which were interesting, thought provoking and humorous, all at a time.
Director SS Rajamouli who sculpts his characters precisely with minute detailing and no room for error would definitely not make such a costly mistake. The victorious director recently came up with a justification in order to clear the air and put an end card to the rumour.
The Eega director conveyed it to Baahubali fans that the evil King, Bhallaladeva, who would be turned down by Devasena as the latter chooses Amarendra Baahubali as her life partner over the former, would choose to remain unmarried as Bhalla's initial love towards Devasena refuses to die down. Hence he remains a bachelor for life and his son, Bhadra, would not be Bhalla's biological son but instead an adopted son.
Well, fans of the franchise movie were expecting a sequel to the second part with their own set of stories helmed around Bhalla's wife and supposed son's characters but Rajamouli announced that the movie series is concluded and that there would be no third part for the movie.
However, The 44-year-old director also stated the fact that the journey with Baahubali would still continue with some innovative works such as "The Rise Of Sivagami" a book series along with the animated edition of Baahubali movie and a virtual reality version of the movie as well.