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Mumbai man jumps to his death while attempting a stunt from 'Baahubali'
We all know how each and every character of 'Baahubali' has left the audience impressed with their outstanding performance and indelible dialogues.

These characters, now immortalised, were instrumental in making the movie a blockbuster hit at the box-office across the world. And, not to forget Prabhas' unforgettable character 'Baahubali' who captivated the audience of not only southern, but also of northern India with his spectacular stunts.

However, copying stunts shown in movies is not a joke as these acts are generally performed by professional stuntmen or in some cases by the actors themselves, however, under the supervision of experts to ensure that no one is harmed during the shooting.

What shall we call it? 'Baahubali fever' or 'sheer madness for Baahubali' that a Mumbai-based businessman died while trying to copy an action sequence from SS Rajamouli's magnum opus.

As per media reports, Inderpal Patil, who had gone with his friends to visit Mahuli Fort on July 14, jumped from the higher part of the waterfall to the other side while copying Prabhas aka Baahubali as the actor had done in the film.

"We were informed by the police that he fell from a height and died. It was shocking for all of us, even more so for his wife," his brother Mahendra told Mumbai Mirror.

The police have also said that this tragedy is the second such incident recently reported at the waterfall.

"Every year during monsoon, we have our hands full with these incidents. Last month, a man died of a heart attack while he was trying to climb up to the waterfall's source. The police are looking to make this waterfall, a no-entry zone," a police official stated.

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