After the overwhelming success of Baahubali, the sequel of the movie, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, has been breaking box-office records. The movie is packed with grandeur and some powerful performances . The period costumes that the actors wear is another highlight of the movie. From Baahubali aka Prabhas to Bhallala Deva aka Rana Daggubati, the actors wear elaborate historical costumes throughout the movie. Take a look at how different they look in real life.
Prabhas aka Baahubali worked hard to flaunt a sculpted body. He wears dhoti and earrings through out the movie. He also wears the warrior steel shield and headgear for a few looks. Silver gauntlet is also part of his attire. In real life, he likes to keep his look simple yet trendy. He often wears tapered pants with cool cotton shirts.
Ramya Krishnan as Sivagami or Baahubali’s mother is seen clad in traditional saris with contrasting blouses and stone studded gold jewellery that includes nathani, maan-tika, earrings and chokers . In real life, she mostly dresses up in western wear, and black seems to be her favourite.
Rana Daggubati is the heartthrob of many. In the movie, he wears a warrior steel jacket along with dhoti. In real life, we will see him sporting polo-neck tees and denims.
Tamannaah Bhatia plays Avanthika in the movie . She wears golden bustier with white draped dhoti. In real life, she wears everything from glamorous dresses to chic separates.
Anushka Shetty aka Devasena ( Baahubali’s wife) is seen in ethnic saris with minimal gold jewellery. Her hair is mostly tied in a high bun. In real life, she prefers subtle looks with her hair flying carefree.
Sathyaraj who plays Kattappa wears a circular silver neckband, earrings and a bindi-tattoo on his forehead. He is seen in a silver mesh attire with a brown side sling. The actor loves wearing casual polo tees and dons spectacles in real life.