Why did Katappa kill Bahubali revealed: - It's been 2 years since entire nation is eagerly waiting to know 'Why did katappa kill Bahubali?' and the answer was revealed now as the second part of Bahubali hit the worldwide screens today. Before checking the actual reason, let's see how it helped the movie.

It was no exaggeration that the same query created curiosity among the audience to eagerly wait for 'Baahubali: The Conclusion' and never before in Indian history, a question has become a trending topic for such a long time period of 2 years. Thanks to Rajamouli, for his brilliant idea to infuse the same in the end of first part, which played a key role in making the audience eagerly wait for the second part all these days.

Reason why Katappa killed Bahubali

When there come differences between Sivagami and Amarendra Baahubali, Bhallala Deva becomes the king and plans to kill Amarendra Baahubali as he can't digest Prabhas's craze among the Mahimasti people. So he executes the plan with the help of Katappa. As Katappa needs to obey the orders passed by the king (Bhallala Deva), he had no other choice and kills Amarendra Baahubali during one of the war sequences.

However, to know what happened later? and what made Amarendra Bahubali lose his kingdom to Bhallala Deva should be watched on big screens in the theaters.

Does it play a key role in the second part?

Even though 'Why did katappa kill Bahubali?' raised curiosity among the audience to watch the second part, it has nothing to do with the film and one can easily predict the same before the release, but still, Baahubali 2 is a must watch for its superb grand visuals, lead cast performances, Rajamouli's vision and emotional sequences.

So the most famous movie question in Indian history, 'Why did katappa kill Bahubali?', only helped as a driving force to raise curiosity among the audience to watch the second part of Baahubali.

Starring Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati in the lead roles, the movie also has Sathya Raj, Ramya Krishnan, Nassar essaying crucial roles. M M Keeravani composed the music and it is bankrolled by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni under their Arka Media Works banner.