Why Kattappa Killed Bahubali?
MS Dhoni, during a recent promotional event, was made to face this tricky question in front of an eager crowd. By this point, after the release of the Bahubali 2, almost everyone knows why the loyal army general of Mahishmati killed his favourite prince – Mahendra Bahubali. However, it was recently understood that MS Dhoni, is still unaware of the fact.
“See no one answers me when I asked them (everyone split in laughs).”
The first part of the movie left many fans guessing the reason for behind the betrayal done by Kattappa. This question became a sort of burning issue and even turned into memes and headlines on news channels.
Unfortunately, there was no hint whatsoever which could have helped to unravel this mystery. The only way was to wait for the second part – The Conclusion – to arrive, which eventually did this year.
The mystery was finally solved and there was no more suspense surrounding Bahubali’s death. However, MS Dhoni’s tight cricketing schedule seems have denied him any time to catch the movie. Therefore, as far as Dhoni is concerned, he is yet to discover the answer which is an open secret at the moment.
“I didn’t get a chance to watch the movie but definitely, I love to watch the movie”.
Just like any other movie buff, Dhoni wanted the suspense to be under the covers until he watched the movie himself.
”Don’t tell us the answer, I would love to know the answer by watching the movie.”
Movies’ aside, Dhoni, who is currently with Rising Pune Supergiant, will be now dead serious about the IPL finals. The side edged out Mumbai Indians in the qualifiers to move ahead to the final. The wicket-keeper batsman, who is already the best skipper in the history of the IPL with two titles to his credit, will be eyeing his third trophy (not as a captain though).
Dhoni played a key role in the win, smacking 40 off just 26 deliveries to propel RPS to a defendable 162/4. The bowlers did the rest of the job with their economic performance and restricted Mumbai Indians for just 142/9 in 20 overs.
The franchise is into its final year as their two-year contract end this year. This makes the upcoming final even more special for Steven Smith & Co.