Baahubali 2 - The Conclusion: On a lighter note, some handy tips to avoid spoilers
For the last two years, the nation has patiently waited to know that one question -- why did Kattappa kill Baahubali? Now the film has released, spoilers can ruin the day for you. But there’s help around. Here are some tips to avoid them.Baahubali 2 The Conclusion Updated: Apr 29, 2017 14:44 IST
For the ardent fans of pulp fiction, who could not sleep a wink in the bitter-sweet anticipation of the grand finale of the mega entertainer Baahubali: The Beginning, nothing can be more heart-wrenching and disheartening that the attack of spoilers as they ready themselves to finally get a glimpse of mystical world of SS Rajamouli.
A spoiler, for one, truly justifies its name for not only does it spoil the fun of watching the film, but also ruins the poetic justice a waiting regime would create.
So, as Baahubali: The Conclusion hits the screens, the can of worms in the form of spoilers is bound to crawl into your closet and massacre your valued sleep and peace of mind.
In case you don’t want to fall into the trap, here are few tips that can be handy to keep yourself out of the loop:
1) House arrest
Do not venture out of your house, not even if the house catches fire, for your worst fears may come true. You may find another Baahubali fan, a non-committal one at that, who would tell you why Kattappa killed Baahubali.
Adhere to an absolute abstinence from the social media. Just do not open your Facebook, WhatsApp or Snapchat stories. The social media predators, for all you know, can spew out the deadliest secrets of Mahishmati.
Change is the only constant. Change the topic whenever anyone asks you about Kattappa, Bhallaladeva and Sivagami. Be concerned about the more important issues in life -- what you are going to eat at lunch, what you will wear at the house party etc. Ask and answer more pertinent questions, that is.
4) Just do it
The easiest way, however, is to watch the movie, at the earliest. Just do it!
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First Published: Apr 29, 2017 14:28 IST