Baahubali and Kattappa to unite at Madame Tussauds in London
The iconic Kattappa, played by actor Sathyaraj, will soon be accompanying Baahubali at the Madame Tussauds museum in London.
The loyal warlord of Mahishmati Kingdom was one of the key characters of the massively successful 'Baahubali' series.
Notably, Prabhas, who played the titular role, was the first actor from the South Indian film industry to be honored at the renowned wax museum.
Kattappa to join Baahubali at London wax museum
Sathyaraj's son Sibiraj "proudly" shared the news on Twitter
Ahw whatta tribute machi. So proud of him. My regards to him— Prasanna (@Prasanna_actor) March 11, 2018
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The 63-year-old actor will become the first Tamil actor and the second South Indian actor to have a wax statue at the prestigious museum.
Sathyaraj has always been a formidable name down South but his fortunes took a swift turn with the two-part epic series.
'Baahubali' went on to become a rage in the country, making him a household name.
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