Baahubali 2 The Conclusion Movie Review
Cast: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Sathyaraj, Tamannaah, Nassar and Ramya Krishnan.
Direction: S S Rajamouili
Duration: 2 hours 48 minutes
Amarendra Baahubali (Prabhas) and Bhalla Deva (Rana Daggubati) are cousins raised by the same mother, Sivagami (Ramya Krishnan), who is also the reigning Queen of Mahishmati. Amarendra is an orphan in her childhood and despite the fact that Bhalla is her own son, the Queen wants to crown Amarendra the King of Mahishmati because she feels that she has the true elements of a sovereign and a benefactor. Bhalla is peeved. His father and he conspired to overthrow Baahubali. And they use Kattappa (Sathyaraj) and the Sivagami as pawns in their game.
Baahubali 2 Review:
This part is more a prequel than the sequel, for, first, the story traced the origins of Baahubali’s father, who was originally supposed to be the king of Mahishmati. It also plunges into the love story between Amarendra and Devasena (Anushka Shetty), who is the mother of Mahendra Baahubali (Prabhas in a dual role.) In the folklore-encounter-the fable of Esopé, the plot Is simple and carries the A good triumph of the thought of evil as the first part. Although child conspiracy theories have been added. Of course, the end meets in a prolonged climax that could have been 10 minutes shorter.
But do not judge Baahubali. Just enjoy it. It is a visual extravagance on which India must delight.
Part 2 – The conclusion carries the equity of the first part tremendously on his shoulder and increases the scale on many points, especially in heroism. Baahubali has been sketched as such a symbol of strength and power that it makes you recover for everyone. Prabhas is great like father and son. In addition, this part provides an answer to a most important question in the spirit of every two years, it explains why Katappa, the former faithful, killed Baahubali Senior.
Indian moviegoers must salute Rajamouli for his vision and ambition. It gives us once again our experience Ben Hur and Ten Commandments in one. Of course, it’s CGI and VFX that take you to your seat, but Baahubali also takes you on an emotional walk in the mountains. The romance between Devasena and Amarendra has the fervor of the Titanic. Although the performance of the main cast is credible, it is the action of Peter Hein – with Baahubali making the fissure of Van Damme and some sweeps that raise the spirits.