Real reason why Sridevi didn't do Ramya Krishnan's role in Baahubali 2

Posted May 09, 2017

But if everything went well, Sridevi was going to play Sivagami's role in Baahubali 2. With her extraordinary acting skills, the actress has led the audience to remain glued to the screen. The film, which released alongside "Baahubali: The Beginning" was unsuccessful at the box-office.

But do you know the real reason why Sridevi opted out? What if Sridevi had agreed to the offer?

With Naseeruddin Shah as her brother, the two wreak havoc in Shah Rukh Khan's life, so much so, that (Spoiler Alert), they even get his father, played by Anupam Kher, killed. Sridevi and Ramya Krishna are definitely an accomplished actress, blockbuster heroines and a strong female characters in her own right.

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"Baahubali", which started off as a regional cinema by S S Rajamouli went on to gain worldwide popularity for the high-end production values and its promotional campaign is something that is worth of a serious case study.

And now filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma (RGV) taking a dig at Sridevi's decision tweeted, "If Sridevi did Bahubali2 she would have gotten more credit than Prabhas, it being her very next film after English Vinglish".

She had voiced in an interview to a leading online portal, "I want to portray Jayalalithaa madam and that is the dream role I would want to have in my career". The film, which is having a historic run at the box office, is declared as the biggest film of the Indian cinema so far.