The makers of Baahubali: The Conclusion (Bahubali 2) have finally released the full Hindi songs from the movie and there are as many as five Hindi songs in the upcoming SS Rajamouli directorial.
The Baahubali franchise has a huge fan following owing to its larger-than-life content and hence fans were eagerly looking forward to listen to the Hindi songs from the movie to be released, and finally the wait is over. Bahubali 2 Hindi songs, which have been produced by Zee Music Company, have started receiving positive response from the audience.
The Hindi audio jukebox of the movie has been released on YouTube. The fans can download their favourite songs from the Bahubali 2 playlist that will be available on various sites. Daler Mehendi and Kailash Kher have sung for the Hindi album.
The film features five tracks namely, Jiyo Re Bahubali, Veeron Ke Veer AA, Soja Zara, Jay Jaykara and Shivam. The song credits have also been provided along with the tracks. According to reports, Bahubali 2 Hindi songs are also getting good response from the audience like the other tracks in other languages.
Baahubali 2-The Conclusion, an epic fantasy, is produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni under the banner Arka Media Works. It has been directed by SS Rajamouli. Apart from Anushka Shetty and Prabhas, the film stars Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah Bhatia, Ramya Krishnan, Nasser and Sathyaraj will play important characters in the film. The film is among the top three all-time highest-grossing Indian movies and hence the hype around Bahubali: The Conclusion is extremely high.
Earlier, Director Rajamouli had said that Bahubali 2 will be grander than the first part in terms of both action and visual extravaganza. And as expected, the phenomenal two minutes and twenty seconds trailer that was launched some time back gave a glimpse of what one can expect from the epic sequel. It looked magical with breathtaking visuals, including all the elements right from action and emotion to drama.
Baahubali 2-The Conclusion is slated to be released on April 28 in four languages – Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam.