After ‘Baahubali’ Prabhas, ‘Kattappa’ Sathyaraj gets immortalised at Madame Tussauds
The magnum opus of filmmaker SS Rajamouli, ‘Baahubali’ series literally created rage in the Indian cinema with its larger than life characters. Among Baahubali, Bhallaladeva, Devasena and Sivagami, no doubt it was Kattappa’s character that took this epic period fiction drama to a new level.
Actor Sathyaraj was a very well-known name down South, but thanks to his portrayal of Kattappa, he became very famous not just in India, but also internationally. And recently, there’s a good news for his fans out there. After Prabhas, now Sathyaraj will get a wax statue at Madame Tussauds in London. Sathyaraj has become the first Tamil actor and the second South Indian actor (after Prabhas) to get his own wax figure. Just like Prabhas, Sathyaraj’s wax statue too will be that of his legendary character of Kattappa. (Also Check: The ultimate reunion! ‘Baahubali’ stars party with Raveena Tandon)
The actor’s son Sibi Sathyaraj took to his Twitter handle to announce this big news with sharing an article and captioning it, “Really proud to read this! #Kattappa #Baahubali.”
Have a look at this post shared by Sibi Sathyaraj below:
— Sibi (Sathya)raj (@Sibi_Sathyaraj) March 11, 2018
Indeed, it’s a huge honour for the actor and the team of this film as well.
Well, this honour even proves that ‘Baahubali’ fever isn’t going down any time soon.
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