Baahubali Wrapped in Controversy as an Eminent Journalist Criticized the Film

SS Rajamouli’s ultimate movie of fantasy which has broken all the records in the film industry might fall in a controversy on twitter now. The movie has already proved its uniqueness and its class at the box-office beating all the big starred movies of Tollywood and Bollywood. This movie now might fall into criticism as an eminent journalist Shekhar Gupta criticised the film on Twitter for showing tribals in poor light.


“Most awful film portrayal of tribals in #Bahubali Dark, scar-faced, ugly rapist brutes with rotting black teeth. Shameful profiling” the well-known journalist tweeted while attacking the filmmakers.

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Well, no one has noticed this before as everyone were so impressed with the movie and forgot to look into slight aspects like these, which can obviously be ignored sometimes. But being a journalist, he has done his work of pointing out small things which might make a huge difference in the sight of people from all over the world.

The movie already had so much of hype before its release from all over the world and the fans were very eager to watch it. This controversial tweet from the journalist has created a riot among the supporters and the critics of the film. There were many comments from the fans of Baahubali calling Shekhar Gupta a racist!

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Baahubali has created a sensation in different languages with record break collections at box office. Where as Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been up with his mega movie “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” for this EID too to entertain his fans. Bajrangi Bhaijaan has hit the silver screen worldwide with the magic of Salman Khan is getting mixed reactions from the audiences. Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan has been one of the hugely anticipated movie of Bollywood this year.

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