People who disliked Baahubali 2 need psychiatric help: Ram Gopal Varma

MUMBAI: You’ve got to get psychiatric help if you have watched Bahubali 2: The Conclusion and not liked it, says filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who cannot seem get enough of the movie.

As always, RGV took to Twitter to speak his mind, this time saying that producer Shobu Yarlagadda should sponsor mental health checkups for people who disliked the second instalment of SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus.

“Be sad on person who disliked #Baahubali2 as he/her needs psychiatric help nd I request producer @Shobu_ in to pay doctor bill for charity,” RGV tweeted.

In another tweet, reacting to the film’s producer Shobu Yarlagadda’s post (“Baahubali storm in USA !!”), RGV wrote, “Sir calling BB2 just a storm is insulting it’s a typhoon having intercourse with a volcano to produce lots of baby earthquakes.”

This is not it. Looks like Ram Gopal Varma cannot just rave enough about Bahubali 2. He wrote a series of tweets praising the blockbuster opening of the film and how it has changed the face of Indian cinema. Here’s a sample of the flood of tweets he sent out in the aftermath of Baahubali’s release.

“I don’t remember seeing queue outside a theatre for buying tickets..This queue is outside a theatre playing BB2.”

 “No Eid.No Diwali.No Salman.No Aamir No Sharukh n still dub film #Baahubali2 opens biggest in History.. @ssrajamouli slaps face of Bollywood.”

“Every super star nd every super director in entire Bollywood is shivering in various places looking at impact of @ssrajamouli ‘s Bahubali2.”

“Like world was divided into BC and AD (before death of Christ nd after ) Indian cinema is going to be BB and AB(before Bahubali and after).”

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, starring Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah Bhatia and Sathyaraj, has had the largest opening in the history of Indian box-office, by raking a total of Rs 121 crore on its day of release.

“#Baahubali2 Fri 121 cr NETT. India biz. Hindi: 41 cr. Telugu + Tamil + Malayalam: 80 cr,” tweeted trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

The first part Baahubali: The Beginning, which was released in July 2015, earned over Rs. 650 crore worldwide.