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Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
Director: SS Rajamouli
Cast: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Ramya Krishnan, Tamannaah Bhatia, Sathyaraj, Nassar
SS Rajamouli’s biggest budget adventure, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, comes alive rolling around in its colossal and ambitious imagination to try and do the unfinished story of Baahubali. It lives and loves in mythical cities that touch the cloud made with awe-inspiring finesse.
Most importantly, why Kattappa killed Baahubali is answered. The question itself had the viewers, catching a beginning morning show, around the edges in their seats nevertheless the fairytale of your story did convey more to offer.
The imaginary town of Mahishmati now results in richer and even more fantastic with waterside view. There is usually a lot more within this fairytale world: A new city where Baahubali meets his future wife Devsena (Anushka Shetty), splendid views of your moonlit war there where cattle with fire inside their horns fight the enemy, eagles carry messages and Disneyesque palatial ships that fly. There is an anthem for Mahishmati at the same time.
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Such risk with your extravaganza is always that one unconvincing moment fails a total film. But Baahubali’s cinematography and craft leave no gaps. It is fair to mention that it generates a new landmark for Indian cinema in convincing ‘special effects’.
The Conclusion begins seamlessly just where it left inside first movie with Kattappa narrating the storyplot of Mahishmati. The scale rises in no time as Baahubali enters the screen to tame an elephant gone wild with cheers from the crowd as is wont of the superstar.
The grim and tight revenge drama, however, slacks inside the first half having a long courtship episode with warrior princess Devasena as Kattappa gets to be the archetypal comic sidekick for Baahubali.
The film comes back its pace with Devasena rejecting the wedding proposal of Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati) sent with the queen of Mahishmati - Sivagami. In a quick turn of events, Bhallaladeva becomes the king and Baahubali is produced the army chief.
Anushka Shetty since the warrior princess Devasena.
Baahubali’s cast has match the narrative so well so it will 't be surprising if Daggubati, Sathyaraj or Prabhas are labeled as Bhallaladeva, Kattappa or Baahubali for a while to come. Daggubati sports ths screen regarding his persona on the evil all powerful king and seems to hinge the stress around him. Ramya Krishnan is powerful as queen mother Sivagami.
The female characters, however, still disappoint as like princess Avanthika (Tamannah Bhatia) within the first part. Devasena too begins as an ace warrior merely to be tamed into anyone who has to be protected. Shetty, however, pulls via a strong performance balancing an eerie tortured prisoner plus a charming princess.
Baahubali can be a delight for all who enjoy cinema being a visual medium, there's not much else, though.