Rajesh Khattar spills the beans on his new character from 'Baahubali: Crown of Blood'

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There are many events and stories in the world of Baahubali and Mahishmati tRaktadevahat are unheard, unseen and unwitnessed. Disney + Hotstar and Graphic India are set to bring you the prequel to the film franchise, Hotstar Specials’ ‘Baahubali: Crown of Blood’, a story where Baahubali and Bhallaladeva will join hands to protect the great kingdom of Mahishmati and the throne against its greatest threat, the mysterious warlord, .

A Graphic India and Arka Mediaworks production, Baahubali: Crown of Blood is  produced by visionary S.S. Rajamouli, Sharad Devarajan & Shobu Yarlagadda, directed and produced by  Jeevan J. Kang & Navin John.

Every villain has motives rooted in their past, not just a desire to be evil. They have reasons and experiences that shaped them into who they are today. To create a villain that audiences can connect with, even if they are ferocious, it takes a skilled writer and a well-crafted script that helps the audience understand the villain's intentions and why they do what they do.

Talking about his character, Rajesh Khattar said, “I think Raktadeva is going to bring in the new element of intrigue & conflict to the world of Baahubali which is already a huge hit amongst viewers, as people don’t know anything about him so that will be an addition. As the story unfolds the audience would want to know more about this character, his reasons for being the way he is. Baahubali being an iconic character, the story needed a formidable antagonist pitched against the might of Baahubali which Raktadeva is, and the audience will discover while watching the series.  Full marks to the makers for creating a character like Raktadeva who in spite of being a negative force is still as humane as any other character in the series.”

Baahubali: Crown of Blood is streaming now only on Disney+ Hotstar.

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