In SS Rajamouli‘s film Baahubali, Young Rebel Star Prabhas is seen on top of an elephant after climbing up its trunk. It is part of (Prabhas) Amarendra Baahubali’s introductory scene in Baahubali. Needless to try, the stunts in any movie should not be tried at home or anywhere else. In Baahubali, a mechanical elephant and VFX played a major role. But now the same stunt is performed by a youth.
The man named R Rene Kaselowsky who is an animal trainer by profession, has shared a video on his social media page. In one of the video, Rene Kaselowsky is seen jumping on top of the elephant using the animal’s trunk as a stepping stone. Rene Kaselowsky captioned the video, “1 or 2 ?” This video is going viral and grabbing the attention of many.
Few comments are as follows:
sujavuddin: Baahubali 2
dhirenmacwan: Baahubali 3
The video of Rene Kaselowsky has received 3,419 likes on Instagram.
Rene Kaselowsky is quite popular on the photo-sharing site- Instagram and enjoys a fan base of over 30.3k followers. Rene Kaselowsky has posted multiple videos on his Instagram where he is performing stunts with the giant animals. Rene Kaselowsky is a professional and also performs at a circus.
Last year, a youth from Kerala also tried the same stunt but later he was admitted in intensive care unit (ICU) of a hospital struggling for his life as his attempt to mount an elephant like ‘Baahubali’ Prabhas went wrong. This incident was happened in Peringassery in the hilly district of Idukki in Kerala and was broadcast live on the victim’s Facebook.
On the other side, currently Baahubali Prabhas is busy in his upcoming action and romantic entertainer Saaho, being helmed by Sujeeth Reddy and bankrolled by UV Creations. Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor is playing the love interest of Prabhas. Apart from the lead pair Prabhas and Shraddha- Saaho has other stars like Mandira Bedi, Jackie Shroff, Neil Nitin Mukesh and others in supporting roles.
Recently Prabhas was in the UAE to shoot for an action sequence for the same. It is reportedly the most expensive action sequence in Bollywood ever, and probably cost around a whopping Rs. 90 crores!