Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Song Saahore Baahubali Promo Is High On Scenic Beauty And Daler Mehndi’s Energy

  • Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Song Saahore Baahubali Promo Is High On Scenic Beauty And Daler Mehndi’s Energy

    Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

The promo of the title track of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, titled Saahore Baahubali is out and it’s sure to give you the goosebumps. The 30-second promo showcases the majestic side of Baahubali, where he is shown being hailed by his followers, being in a war and more. Just like the impressive trailer of the film, promo too have a grandeur feel to it. In fact it is one of the most visually stunning promo I’ve come across in a long time. Talking about the song itself, the song is sung by Daler Mehndi and being a Punjabi, he sings the Telugu version with perfect diction. Kudos for that. The music by MM Keeravani is gooseflesh worthy. Just imagine if just a 30 second promo of a video song can create excitement, how magnanimous will be the full song. And moreover the film will see an Imax release which will increase the sound beat effect. Also read: Baahubali 2: The Conclusion to have a smooth release in Karnataka, protesters call off the bandh after Sathyraj’s apology.

Check out the Telugu promo below: Saahore Baahubali Video Song Promo-Baahubali 2

Tamil version below: Jiyo Re Baahubali Video Song Promo - Baahubali 2

Also check out the full lyrical below: Saahore Baahubali Full Song With Lyrics - Baahubali 2

Earlier today, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion saw the withdrawal of protest and After director S S Rajamouli released a video requesting the protesters to let his film have an uninterrupted release and subsequent apology by Kattappa himself, Sathyaraj, the pro-Kannada activists have decided to withdraw the protest and call off the bandh. News agency ANI tweeted about the same, their tweet read, “Pro Kannada activists withdraw protest and call off bandh against movie Baahubali 2: Vattal Nagraj, Karnataka Rakshine Vaikeke”. Another tweet read, “Ensure you don’t use derogatory terms against Kannadigas. If you do, your future movies will be banned in Karnataka: V Nagraj on Sathyaraj”.

Source By : Bollywood Now