Prabhas has become the first South Indian actor to get his wax statue at the world famous Madame Tussauds. His look from Baahubali movie has been installed at the museum in Bangkok.
A couple of colourful pictures of Prabhas with a bow are out online. The photos give a realistic appeal and present him in a royal look. Overall, it turns out to be a brilliant artwork.
"I am really happy to have been selected by Madame Tussauds' and I think this was only possible because of fans. I am grateful for their unconditional love and support. I am also thankful to my guru, SS Rajamouli, for the opportunity to work on this fantastic project Baahubali," Prabhas had said earlier.
It has to be noted that the wax statues of only a few Indians have been put up at the famous museum in Bangkok, Prime Minister Narendra Modi being one of them.
Meanwhile, the business of Baahubali 2 has declined in India and overseas. After crossing Rs 1,500-crore mark, the collections have dipped. At present, the multilingual movie has minted over Rs 1,625 crore at the global box office.
The makers have planned to release Baahubali 2 in China, which is slowly turning out to be a lucrative market for the Indian cinema. Presently, Aamir Khan's Dangal has minted over 1,100 crore from this region to take its worldwide collection closer to Rs 1,900-mark.
The trade experts are of the opinion that even if Baahubali 2 manages to do half of what Dangal has earned, the SS Rajamouli's creation will remain the highest-grossing flick of the country at the worldwide box office.