Baahubali writer, V. Vijayendra Prasad, had revealed that he was inspired by Pawan Kalyan mania while writing the interval scene for “Baahubali: The Conclusion”. One of the highlight scenes of Baahubali 2 is interval block where Amarendra Baahubali (Prabhas) and Bhallaladeva (Rana) take oath as army chief and king. While the people in the kingdom do not make any noise during the oath of Rana as King, they shout their lungs out as soon as Prabhas starts to take oath, which shows the fan following of Amarendra Baahubali.
"We discussed a lot on how the interval block should be. The final concept we all agreed is Bhallaladeva is being sworn as king but he should not be satisfied looking at the craze of Amarendra Baahubali in the people of his kingdom.”
“I was confused on how to showcase this scene effectively on the screen. Coincidently, I saw the audio function of some movie, Pawan Kalyan was not there at that function but whenever the actors are taking the name of Pawan Kalyan, fans are shouting with happiness continuously without any gap. Once I saw that, I immediately knew how to the present this interval block. In that way Pawan Kalyan had inspired me to write that famous scene” told V. Vijayendra Prasad
Listening to this news, Pawan Kalyan fans are celebrating saying that the charisma of Powerstar Pawan Kalyan inspires even the epic movies such as Baahubali. While many other actors feel jealous of the following of Pawan Kalyan and write off saying that fans are disturbing audio functions. But, if the actor has such a mass appeal and following among the people, then it becomes unstoppable to anyone and everyone should get used to that.