Baahubali-2 The Conclusion Ratings and Reviews
By Mehnaz : 25-Apr-2017
Ratings: 4.6 out of 5 stars
Duration: 2 hours 48 minutes
The motion picture Baahubali 2 the conclusion, is an action-packed drama all set to draw the curtains this weekend on Friday 28th April 2017 in the nearest cinemas. This magnificent work of art directed by S.S Rajamouli is the first Indian cinema to be released in 4K High Definition format. The cast crew of Baahubali includes Prabhas, Rana Daggubatti, Ramya Krishnan, Nasser, Anushka Shetty and Tamannah produced under the banner of Arka Media Works. A major record of 6,500 screens is ready to release this masterpiece in the local and regional languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam all across the country.
The Mesmerising soulful music will surely let the audience at the movie theatres tap their feet when they will hear the tunes composed by Rajamouli’s cousin M.M Keeravani. This veteran songwriter and melodist gave an unforgettable album for its first franchise Baahubali 1 and he has done a splendid job for Baahubali 2 as well. The tremendous songs begin with the famous Punjabi singer Daler Mehndi’s loud chants, Bhali Bhali to describe the courage of Amarendra Baahubali, and the hail of the Queen mother Sivagami Devi. Explosive vocals of the singer and lyrics of Shivashakthi Datta, Dr. K Ramakrishna makes the musical piece a catchy tune. Hamsa Naava is the next romantic duet amidst Amarendra Baahubali and his beloved Devasena who offers a soothing treat to the listeners. One can feel the director’s long narrative layered magic in this special track Kannaa Nidurinchara. Similar to this Oka Praanam is another heavy number in the musical series of Baahubali 2 that describes Kattappa’s heartbreaking betrayal of killing Baahubali.
Magnum Opus, Blockbuster of the year, Unexplainable Indian Epic, are some of the terms that most of the Indian cinephiles say as their come out of the multiplexes after watching Baahubali 2 the conclusion.
The plot of Baahubali 2 under the production of Arka Media Works revolves around the life of two cousins, Amarendra Baahubali urf Prabhas and Bhalla Deva Urf Rana Daggubati raised by the same mother Sivagami ( Ramya Krishnan). Sivagami the queen of Mahishmati, despite the fact of having Bhalla as her own son, wanted Amarendra to be the King of Mahismati, because she felt he had the noble qualities of a ruler and benefactor. Amarendra was also an orphan since childhood, and Sivagami's decision angered Bhalla so much that he went against Baahubali to conspire along with his father. Bhalla had thus used Katappa (Sathya raj) and Sivagamias pawns in their treacherous game.
Movie lovers must bow down to hail the great filmmaker S.S Rajamouli for his marvellous vision and ambition. He has once again given the audience their Indian Ben Hur and Ten Commandments experience all rolled into one. But of course with the tremendous support of CGI and VFX, the public is glued to their seat, and Baahubali also gives an emotional rollercoaster ride. The beautiful romance amidst princess cum warrior Devasena and Amarendra has the same Titanic passion.
Each character performances and lead roles are all believable, with Peter Hein's action and Baahubali producing the Van Damme Split soar the viewer's spirits high.