If Baabhubali remade on TV, Fans want to see Gautam Rode or Vivian Dsena playing male lead role




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If Baabhubali remade on TV Fans want to see Gautam Rode or Vivian Dsena playing male lead role

Baahubali is creating history in Indian cinema. It is breaking all the previous records of Box office collection.

According to latest reports, the regional TV shows makers are planing to recreate Baahubali for TV audience. report says that the makers will shoot the serial in the same set where the movie Baahubali as shot. It is still not confirmed it’s just a rumor or reality as till now no one confirmed the news officially.

As we can see Baahubali mania all over the world. So, We created poll to know if the movie remade for Hindi TV audience which actor will be the best one to play male lead role.

Here we got a winners…

VOTE NOW : Baahubali 2 Mania : If Baahubali remade for TV; Which actor you want to see in lead role ??

According to our poll, Gautam Rode is in no. 1 spot with 131,386 Votes. Gautam who was been part of popular shows like Baa Bahu Aur Baby, Saraswatichandra and Maha Kumbh is currently shooting for his upcoming Bollywood movie Aksar 2. We have already seen Gautam in Mythological drama Suryaputra Karn. His portrayal of Karn’s role gave him a huge fan followers. Well, Karn and Baahubali’s character is totally different may be the Genre is similar. Gautam is a fitness freak so in terms of physic he will fit Baahubali’s role perfectly. It will be treat to watch him as Baahubali.

The Actor who takes second spot in our List is Vivian D’sena with  113,015 Votes. Vivian as huge fan base credit to his previous and current shows. Audience have already seen Vivian in different avatar. Be it Vampire, Bollywood Super star or Shakti’s Harman Vivian have nailed every character. The actor never been part of any historic or a costume drama. It will be refreshing to see him in completely different look.

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