The reach of Indian cinema knows no bounds. It’s songs and sequences have transcended borders and touched a chord with fans across the globe. So it comes as no surprise that Baahubali, the film that performed wonders at the box office and smashed records, is still making waves.
SS Rajamouli's blockbuster is the biggest grosser of 2017, crossed a whopping Rs 1500 crores in just 23 days and it’s making its way into the sporting arena. Recently, school kids performed to 'Saahore Baahubali', a song from the movie at an event that took place during a National Basketball Association (NBA) game in Orlando, Florida. Needless to say, it took the crowd by storm!
The National Basketball Association (NBA) India recently posted a video on Facebook in which a group of school children dressed in traditional Indian attire can be seen dancing to the title track of ‘Baahubali 2’. The video was also shared on NBA’s Twitter account and the internet is just loving it. After all, it's not every day you go to watch an NBA game and end up with a visual treat like this. The NBA halftime witnessed its first stellar Bhangra performance by dancers, which was a tribute to Allen Iverson.
The two-part movie series is known to be one of the most successful and also the holder of a historic box office record. The movie made superstars out of the already super talented Prabhas and Rana Dagubatti.