Baahubali fans at Bangalore Comic Con
SS Rajamouli's Sword of Baahubali VR teaser gets superb response at Bangalore Comic Con. Pictured: Baahubali fans at Bangalore Comic ConTwitter/BaahubaliMovie

The VR (virtual reality) teaser SS Rajamouli's Sword of Baahubali has received a superb response at the Bangalore Comic Con held in KTPO Convention Centre in Whitefield on 12 and 13 November.

The makers of Baahubali ‏took to its Twitter handle on 11 November to invite all the fans of the movie to the Bangalore Comic Con. They wrote: "Bengaluru @ComicConIndia is tomorrow! Don't miss it. At the #Baahubali zone, we have teaser of the Sword of Baahubali, our VR experience!! Come dressed as your favorite #Baahubali character, and you can win exciting goodies!! #BaahubaliatComicCon."

The Baahubali producers added: "If you've created Baahubali inspired fan art, come to Bengaluru @ComicConIndia and share it with us!! #BaahubaliatComicCon. Today's the day!! Come to @ComicConIndia in Bengaluru and catch #BaahubaliAtComicCon!! We've got some exciting things lined up for you!"

Hundreds of fans visited the booth of Baahubali at the Bangalore Comic Con on Saturday and waited in the queue for hours to experience the VR teaser of Sword of Baahubali. The makers were all excited over the response and kept posting photos of the crowd of Baahubali fans on its Twitter handle throughout the day.

The makers wrote: "Even a long queue can't stop these Bengalurians to watch the VR teaser of The Sword of Baahubali at Bengaluru #ComicCon! #BaahualiatComicCon." They added: "Though the day has come to an end at #ComicCon Bengaluru, people are still in Queue to experience the The Sword of Baahubali #VR teaser!"

The response for the VR teaser was even bigger on Sunday with many fans making a beeline in front Baahubali booth even before the Comic Con started. The makers posted a photo of the queue and wrote: "The line at our #VR booth, even before the day at #ComicCon has begun! #BaahubailatComicCon #BaahubaliVR @GFXChipTweeter @AMD @AMDRadeon."

The makers of Baahubali held a contest and gave away exciting goodies to the winners on the occasion. They also shared photos of some of the winners on Twitter. Here are some photos: