Versatile filmmaker S S Rajamouli is currently busy with the filming of his new venture "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion", the much-awaited sequel to the 2015 blockbuster "Baahubali: The Beginning." The recent news coming out from the corner is very exciting, as close sources state that Bollywood Badshah shah rukh khan will be seen in a very pivotal cameo role in this flick.

Prabhas will be seen in the title role, while Tamannaah Bhatia and Anushka Shetty are the lady leads. The film is loaded with an ensemble star cast including Ramya Krishnan, Sathyaraj, Nassar and Rana Daggubati.

Aaj Tak confirms Shah Rukh Khan's involvement

Aaj Tak news channel too confirmed this news, and they revealed that the Bollywood star has already been roped to do a special cameo appearance. The role of Shah Rukh will be quite significant to the film, and it will have a crucial role in determining the movie's storyline. However, the makers have not made any official statement in this regard, an official announcement is expected in the coming days.

Teaser of 'Baahubali 2' to be released soon

Earlier, the makers of "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion" have planned to release the teaser of this movie along with the theatrical release of "Raees". But due to the unfinished VFX works, the release was delayed, and we can expect the grand teaser launch in March 2017.

Expecting big business from North India

On the other hand, Shah Rukh Khan has appeared in cameo roles in films like "Bhootnath Returns" and "Saathiya".

In a recently conducted Press conference, S S Rajamouli has told that "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion" will be enormously bigger and mightier than its prequel. The film will have a 20-minute long sword fighting scene, and it will be shot with grandeur. As Shah Rukh Khan too has joined the star cast, this film will undoubtedly make much better business than its predecessor.

Movie buffs all over world are now waiting for the release of the flick, as it will give them the answer to the million dollar question "Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali."