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Baahubali 2 Movie Reviews

Bahubali 2 Review | Baahubali The Conclusion Movie Review : Two years ago, Director SS Rajamouli did not just make a film but a world of its own. Baahubali is received huge appreciations from everyone. Every section of the audience just wants to see this film on the first day of its release. Keeping these huge expectations in mind, the makers are also releasing the film in over 8000 screens all over the world. The film is produced on a budget of 450 crores, the second part will be eagerly watched all over by the entire nation.

 

Baahubali : The Conclusion Movie Review, Story Plot

PressKS.COM rating: 4/5
Punchline: Amarendra – An Intense Fight Between Two Brothers
Genre: Mythological/Fantasy
Type: Stright
Banner: Arka Media Works

Cast: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka, Tamanna, Satyaraj, Ramya Krishna, Nassar, Subbraraj, Rohini etc

Music: M.M. Keeravani
Cinematography: K.K. Senthil Kumar
Art: Sabu Cyril
Action: King Solomon
Choreography: Prem Rakshith & Shankar
Costumes: Rama Rajamouli & Prasanthi Tripuraneni
Dialogues: Ch. Vijay Kumar & Ajay Kumar. G
Lyrics: K. Shiva Shakthi Datta, Dr. K. Ramakrishna, MM Keeravaani & Chaithanya Prasad
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Story: V. Vijayendra Prasad
Screenplay & Direction: S.S. Rajamouli
Producers: Shobu Yarlagadda & Prasad Devineni

Baahubali 2 is one film which has been awaited with huge curiosity all over. With the part one doing crazy business, the buzz for the second part is huge not only in the south but all over the world.

Story: The Beginning begins with Mahishmati empire’s queen mother Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan) sacrificing her life to save the royal baby (Mahendra Baahubali, son of Amarendra Baahubali). Tribal queen Sanga (Rohini) raises the baby as Shivudu. One day, he stumbles on a wooden mask and tracks down its owner, Avanthika (Tamannaah)– who is on a mission to rescue Devasena (Anushka Shetty), their former queen, who is held captive by emperor Bhallala Deva (Rana Daggubati) for almost 25 years. He falls in love with Avanthika and assist her in rescuing Devasena without even knowing that the woman is his own mother, wife of Amarendra. That’s when Kattappa (Sathyaraj) reveals the flashback of Shivadu’s father and the movie ends with the king’s royal slave saying he killed Baahubali, and his reason for the act is the plotline of the sequel, Baahubali: The Conclusion.

Sequel  Story Plot : Trouble starts once Queen Mother Sivagami appoints Amrendra Bahubali as the future king. In this process, Baahubali visits a small kingdom called Kuntala and falls in love with its princess Devasena (Anushka). But in Twist, Baahubali’s mother, Shivagami changes her decision and announces Bhallaladeva as the king. Why did Shivagami suddenly announce Bhallaladeva as the king? What is the back story behind her decision? and why did Kattappa kill Baahubali? To know answers to these questions, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

Do Check : Baahubali 2 Movie First / 1st Day Collections Predictions (World Wide)

Review: The movie is a spectacular to watch. If you are not interested with the graphics, just give importance to the story and you will enjoy it to the most. The sequence of scenes which follow after Kattappa Killed Baahubali will make you involved in the entire film. The lead actress beside Rana is one more big thing involved in the movie. The costumes, drama showcased and performances are a first of its kind in Telugu films. What takes Baahubali to its peak is the stunning background score of M M Keeravani. Even though his songs are Average that effective as the Baahubali The Beginning the way he elevates the proceedings with his score is impressive.

Ramya Krishna as Sivagami has did her best what she has done in part one. Sathyaraj is exceptional as Kattappa, a loyal servant of king. Actor Subbaraju Plays Nice Roles in Second Part. He played the role of a coward who transforms into a warrior. There is humor attached to his character. Nassar has played a character that looks menacing at times and humorous in other scenes. Tamanna has a little role to play in this film and comes towards climax.

Tamanna is hardly seen during the climax. There are certain areas in the film where pace gets Dragging and some unforced drama overtakes the proceedings. The romance between Prabhas and Anushka could have been edited out a bit to make things better.Just make sure to watch the film to unveil everything and wrap the conclusion before you make up your mind on the film.

Baahubali : The Conclusion Movie Rating & Public Talk

The second part has revolved around only six characters – Amarendra Baahubali, Deva Sena, Sivagami, Kattappa, Ballaladeva and Sivudu. Tamanna only appears during the climax for few seconds. Many portions also lack clarity and seem rushed.

Baahubali 2 Movie Rating : – 4/5

Baahubali 2 Plus Points & Minus Points :

Plus Points:

  • Kattappa was very much interesting he was seen even better in the first version.
  • MM Keeravani Music & Background Music holds the strongest feel.
  • The VFX were improved than Baahubali : The Beginning. The Visual effects should be given the best thing in the movie.
  • Baahubali , Devasena and shivagami characters are given the priority in the movie.
  • The political drama in the second half is good.
  • Rajamouli’s classy vision and conceiving of scenes, first half, interval episode, background music, characterizations and actors

Minus Points:

  • Movie slows down in second half and climax appear extended.

All in all, Rajamouli – the master storyteller has a winner again

Baahubali 2 Movie Verdict : – A visual wonder that was seen in the Indian Cinema for the first time with more than 1000 technicians worked together. Audience are so excited and will be happy to see this spectacular movie with 4K resolution. The movie has so much story involved in it. Hats off to S.S. Rajamouli and all the actors and technicians worked for 5 years. First half of the film is excellent with a superb interval block. Second half is good with story and internal political drama taking precedence.Finally, just ignore the simple story line and do yourself a favor by taking your entire family to watch this magnum opus called Baahubali as wonders like these only happen very rarely.

Indian epic historical fiction film directed by S. S. Rajamouli. It is the continuation of Baahubali: The Beginning. Initially, both parts were jointly produced on a budget of ₹ 250 crore (2.5 billion), however the budget of the second part was increased later. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has made a business of ₹500 crore (5 billion) before release. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 28 April 2017. Baahubali 2 will be the first Telugu film to be released in 4K High Definition format. It is estimated that close to 200 screens are being upgraded to 4K projectors before the release date of the movie.

 

However, the first half also takes a step towards showing women as strong characters. The action sequences don’t sexualise Devsena (Anushka Shetty), but are rather matter-of-factly. Also, both the women, Devsena and Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan) – right or wrong – hold their ground. In fact, it is ironical that a film that is mostly set in a time before Bahubali – The Beginning, the women are treated with a lot more respect than they were by the next generations. The eve-teasing bit is given a solid, brash treatment that it deserves too. However, as the film tries to patch its way to “The Beginning”, you wonder what ever happened to the valiant, warrior princess

In all other ways though, the film continues what it starts in the first installment. Lots of action, so much so that by the end, the clinking of swords seems like background score. Some of it is brutal, even if done artistically or even lyrically. Unfortunately, it gently slides into amusing and then ludicrous. Look at any tree or animal around you and push your wilde imagination to use it as a weapon of mass destruction! The romance continues too, where clouds double as horses and flowers, soldiers turn into dancers and so on.

That is all you expected from this film and that is what you get in abudnance. The actors join in, in the continuity with Ramya Krishnan as “She who doesn’t blink” and Prabhas who is equally determined and passionate whether he is a noble warrior or a make-shift engineer. The expressions don’t change. Rana Daggubati and Sathyaraj need add no new dimension to their character either. The only refereshing change is that of Anushka Shetty.

This is of course, because the screenplay demands little variation. Bahubali has a broad Mahabharat-esque story. But without any of its complexities. Because all the screen time is taken over by dramatic slo-mo entry and loud background music. There isn’t much room to bring in nuances and unfortunately, neither did the makers feel the need.

But that is for the handful in the audience like me. The visuals are mesmerizing. You get an inkling of the scale as the censor board certificate is followed by an endless list of partners. The patient wait for the film to actually begin is well worth it. The opening credit sequence itself made me wish I had opted for the IMAX tickets, even if it was double the price. As I saw the film progress, I didn’t think I would have regretted the decision, though I didn’t mind saving the ₹250 – because ultimately, the want for a solid story always dominates.




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