At the Busan Film Festival, Korean fans lined up to meet and greet director Rajamouli with the posters of Baahubali and Eega. The film has gone big in South Korea and the expectation for the second part is getting bigger too. Speaking to an English daily, the director has assured that the second instalment will be bigger and emotional. "We are banking on emotion, the sequel is much more emotional than part one. The way the characters behave in part two will be entirely different. The characters will be seen in a new light. The characters are the same, but the characterizations will be different," he was quoted saying.

Meanwhile, the release of Baahubali 2 has now been pushed to the end of 2016 due to time constraints.