Baahubali 2 craze is incredible in India, people across the country want to watch the film on the first day.
Especially, the film has a massive demand in Andhra Pradesh/ Telangana region that fans are getting tickets by standing in long queues as they couldn’t book through online platforms.
The latest is that Warangal District Collector Amarpali Kata has booked 350 Baahubali 2 tickets to the state government workers, who recently put a strenuous effort in cleaning the city. Sources say that each ticket cost RS 500 but Amrapali Kata has ensured that her colleagues to should watch the first show of the film in Asian Mall.
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Meanwhile, just like any other leading Tamil hero movies, there is a tremendous pressure to get Baahubali 2 tickets in Chennai and rest of the locations in Tamil Nadu. Trade pundits predict that the film will definitely create a new day one opening record surpassing all previous records in India.
Check out this video: Human chain to get Baahubali 2 tickets