Emirates Airlines staff misbehaved with Baahubali team

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Producer Shobu Yarlagadda, whose film Baahubali: The Conclusion releases on April 28, said that the film will have the biggest release in India at par with any Khan film. According to him, the staff of the Dubai-based air carrier misbehaved with his team when they are returning to Hyderabad after promoting Baahubali 2 in Dubai.

No clarification or justification has been received from the company's end on the issue. "I think one of the Emirates staff was being racist".

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The team of Baahubali was allegedly "harassed" on flight.

On a related note, Baahubali 2 is the second part of Baahubali franchise.

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"Flying to Hyderabad on @emirates EK526. Bad attitude n service!", he tweeted on early Wednesday morning.

He also went on to add that one of the Emirates staff was being racist, adding that he was a regular flyer, and this was the first time he had faced such an incident. The film will be released in UK, US, Canada and other foreign countries.

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According to reports, the film will be released in around 9,000 screens worldwide. Some believe it could even breach the Rs 1000 crore club.

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