Baahubali – The Conclusion Song ‘Jay Jayakara’ aka ‘Dandalayya’ Played On Veena [WATCH VIDEO]

Vamshi Krishna

It has been a week since the magnum opus film Bahubali – The Conclusion released and still the fever and the craze didn’t go down yet. Theaters in India are still going houseful and people are finding hard to get the tickets of Bahubali-2.

Baahubali 2 became the first Indian film to get a worldwide gross of more than 500 crores (5 billion) in all languages in just three days. It becomes the highest grossing movie of all time in India by collecting 565 crores (5.65 billion) in five days. Baahubali 2 became the highest grossing Indian film ever with the worldwide gross of approx 800 crores (8.00 billion) in all languages in just six days, surpassing PK worldwide gross of 792 crores.


Coming to the music and background score, Rajamouli’s cousin M. M. Keeravani composed the music and background for the film. Especially, Dandalayya and Saahore songs have got a huge response as the intense and the power in the music has stuck the people on their seats.

‘Veena’ is an ancient musical instrument that evolved into many variations, such as lutes, zithers, and arched harps. It is a multi-stringed chordophone of the Indian subcontinent. A musician, Veena Srivani from Hyderabad has played the whole song of Dandalayya on Veena and receiving applauds from each and everyone.

Watch The Video Here:

It’s amazing, right? Originally, the song telugu version “Dandalayya” was sung by Kaala Bhairava, son of  music director MM Keeravani.