The hype and build up around Baahubali 2 is seen to be believed. With one month to go, the excitement is at its peaks. For the next 30 days, we will be counting each day until the historical drama finally unfolds on 28th April. But those who have been waiting to find out why Kattappa Killed Bahaubali, needn’t wait any longer. We have the answer! At the pre-release audio event held in Hyderabad on 26th March, Kattappa aka Sathyaraj finally revealed why Kattappa killed Baahubali – “Producers, Shobu sir and Prasad sir paid me very well. And Rajamouli told me to kill Baahubali, so I killed him,” There you go. The secret is finally out. after a huge thunderous response from the response after this witty reply, Kattappa further added – “Otherwise how can I kill Prabhas? He has been my darling since Mirchi.” That’s the best we can do for all you Baahubali fans out there because Telugu cinema’s best kept secret so far is under wraps even now. Considering Baahubali’s large team, it is commendable how they have guarded the secret so well. Also Read: The countdown begins! One month to go for Prabhas-Rana Daggubati’s Baahubali 2

The audio event was grand success with the entire cast and crew present. Each of them was praises for one another – DOP KK Senthil Kumar even went on to claim Prabhas was the biggest star, bigger than any ‘Khan’. Rana Daggubati declared Prabhas one of his best co-stars. The trailer was recently launched on March 16. It was praises hugely for its picturesque scenic visuals, gripping war sequences and its powerful characters. The background score deserves a special mention. The trailer clocked in 50M  views in 24 hours in 4 languages combined. That’s not all, the movie will now release in a record number of 6500 screens.  The makers have already raked in Rs 400-500 crore as part of tis theatrical right, satellite rights, merchandise and  other stuff. Also Read: Baahubali 2 music review: MM Keeravani composes a majestic soundtrack for Prabhas and Rana Daggubati’s magnum opus

The film is currently in the post production stage, 33 VFX studios are at work to meet the 28th April deadline. 1 month to go. The countdown has begun!