In Baahubali: The Beginning, while preparing for the war against Kalakeya army, the adviser/priest(don't know what his job is exactly he is seen assisting Bijjaladeva and Bhallaladeva in the movie) calls Bhallaladeva to offer his obeisances to the war Goddess. At that time, not even one cheers or shouts but his loyal group soldiers bow to him. He then beheads a bull and gives a war cry, then his loyal group of soldiers and handful of soldiers cheer for him.
But now when the priest calls Baahubali for doing the same, all the soldiers give a lion roar and keep calling his name.
- Why didn't they cheer for Bhallaladeva when the same amount of soldiers were distributed between Bhallaladeva and Baahubali?
- Evil character of Bhallaladeva is revealed to the soldiers and people only after this war. How come they don't like him? How is this not cheering justified? After all he also equal role to play in the war along with Baahubali.
- Does this suggest that his evil character was known to them from the beginning?