SS Rajamouli and His Wife Rama Fulfill Their Wish

ss rajamouli at pulpit rock norway

SS Ramamouli who showcased the strength of Indian cinema to the world with the movie ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’. He also made Indians aware of the potential of Tollywood. Rajamouli’s expectations soared with this movie. As a result, ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ got an extraordinary response. It has collected more than Rs.1300 crore worldwide. Moreover, the ‘Baahubali’ franchise has received rare accolades abroad.

The movie ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ was screened in 2019 at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London. Baahubali was the first non-English film to be screened at the Royal Albert Hall. This is a remarkable achievement. However, now the same movie is going to be screened at another prestigious theater, Stavanger Opera House in Norway. There will be a concert with the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra. Director SS Rajamouli announced this through social media on Thursday. Rajamouli shared a photo taken with producer Shobhu Yarlagadda and director K. Raghavendra Rao in Stavanger city.

However, SS Rajamouli shared some more photos of his visit to Stavanger today through social media. Rajamouli and his wife Rama are present in these photos. These photos were taken at Pulpit Rock, one of the most beautiful and weird places in the world. It is also known as Prykystolen. Pulpit Rock is about 25 km from Stavanger City. Rajamouli visited this pulpit rock with Rama. The photos taken there were shared with fans through Instagram.

While doing research for the film Magadheera, I came across Pulpit Rock photographs. I have been wanting to go there ever since. Rajamouli said in his Instagram post that the Baahubali movie concert is being held in Stavanger and finally my wish has come true.

After seeing the photos shared by Rajamouli, his fans are giving warnings. However, these warnings seem very funny to read. ‘Don’t Sit on the edge, Babu… We need to make many more films’, ‘Be careful sir, where will you go without showing us Mahabharata’, ‘Is it necessary to sit on the edge and take photos’…

Apart from the comments, the photos shared by Rajamouli are amazing. Seeing the location of Pulpit Rock… really makes you want to go there and see it. Pulpit Rock is one of the most visited tourist spots in Norway. Once tourists used to go to this pulpit rock by boat from Stavanger city. However, now an underwater tunnel has been established. This Tunnel Road is the longest underwater tunnel in the world.