Ram Gopal Varma and Sridevi
Ram Gopal Varma and SrideviVarinder Chawla

SS Rajamouli's Baahubali 2 (Bahubali 2) has become the biggest blockbuster of all-time, and while everybody is congratulating the makers of the franchise, Sridevi might be regretting her one decision too badly. And, Ram Gopal Varma's words on Twitter will make her remorse worse.

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It is well-known now that Sridevi was the one who was first offered the powerful role of Shivagami that was eventually played by Ramya Krishnan. The veteran actress just nailed with her performance in both parts of the franchise.

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Apart from Prabhas and Rana Daggubati, it is Ramya who grabbed the most attention with her powerful dialogues and intense gaze. Nevertheless, if Sridevi had not rejected the offer, she would have been grabbing the limelight now.

Ramya Krishnan in Baahubali
Ramya Krishnan in Baahubalihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsKFRw6wjzY&feature=youtu.be

Sridevi already being one of the most popular Bollywood actresses, playing the role of Shivagami in Baahubali series would certainly have taken her career to a new level. Nonetheless, that did not happen, and Ram Gopal Varma also feels it was her one of the biggest mistakes to say no to such a project.

"I really wonder why @SrideviBKapoor did not do Bahubali 2? What a super outstanding film it would have been for her illustrious career," RGV tweeted. The film-maker even said that Sridevi would have impressed fans more than Prabhas.

"If @SrideviBKapoor did Bahubali 2 she would have gotten more credit than Prabhas it being her very next film after English Vinglish," he said. These words will certainly make the veteran actress even more remorseful.

Directed by SS Rajamouli, Baahubali 2 has thrashed box office records in the history of Indian cinema. It has not only become the highest grossing Indian film at the worldwide box office, it is now set to beat Bollywood blockbusters like Dangal and Sultan at the domestic market.