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Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion: Remember when the film ‘Bahubali – The Beginning’ wrapped after it’s chivalric 159 – minute – runtime, left you with the most anticipated question unanswered?  Weren’t you sorely disappointed when it announced its sequel to be having released in 2017? Well, the wait is finally over. The time has come for the fans to experience yet another magnum opus from the creators of Bahubali.

Bahubali being the most expensive film ever made has already set new records in the Indian Film Industry.  Originally started in 2013, the shooting for the first part of the film took almost 3 years and got released in 2015 promising to release the second part in 2016. But, due to the delay of post production works and some other reasons, they had to change the date.   

From the recently released trailer for the very recent release of the video song ‘Saahore Bahubali’, you might have already seen some extravagant CGI and VFX work which makes the movie a visual treat for the audience. Though the movie heavily relies on the CGI and VFX, it doesn’t lack realistic backdrop of the film. From the tropical landscapes to the unstaunched battlefields, every scene will be a delight to experience from the film.

Bahubali – A new era of Indian Cinema

With its grandeur sets, magical songs, outstanding actors, and spell bounding visuals, the director have pulled the audience towards the theaters. No longer after the first installment, while we are still faded away in the magical world of Bahubali, here comes the second part of it and it seems no less than the first one. One could make this out just by looking at the visuals of released trailers and video songs.

No wonder it has marked up to the International Market after the success of the first installment, the second one will blow up your mind with its amazing output, probably. This is the current trend in India, the much hyped magnum opus is all set to hit the theaters this Friday!

Thanks to Karan Johar who took up the rights to release this magnificent movie in Bollywood and increase the market range for the film. This had not only benefitted the movie makers but also the Indian Cinema Industry on a larger scale. The movie went on to become one of the highest grossing Indian films in the country and abroad as well.

Cinema – The director’s scope

SS Rajamouli – When ‘Bahubali – The Beginning’ hit the screens in 2015, the whole country was blown away by the magic that the director had created on the screen. With his great skill in creative endeavors and high intelligence, he could create not just a movie but a magical world which we all have experienced. Brilliance is a small word to define his magnus opus that’s been created. He’s definitely called as a Visual Storyteller. This is not a film which can only rely on camera work and VFX visuals but also a backdrop story which keeps running parallelly with each scene and SS Rajamouli had topped in carving this brilliant tale. The kind of tale which we have never heard before, the kind of visuals which we have never experienced before. Kudos! SS Rajamouli.

Performances you get to see

Prabhas – As you have already seen him on the posters and videos of him, this actor has worked very hard on his body transformation.  The actor trained rigorously for six months and also he interacted with the WWF wrestlers to hang of their training regimen for the look of ‘Bahubali’. You will be enthralled to watch him fight on the battlefield with his terrific body.  No wonder, Prabhas is the best fit for THE MIGHTY- Bahubali.

Rana – Indian Hulk? Yes, indeed.  Who comes in the form of six-foot-three, 100 kilos best of a man unless he is Rana Daggubati. He has trained to build up rock hard muscles that would kill any living animal under the sun. The regimen he followed that got him looking the part as the BIGGER, BETTER and meaner killing machine in Bahubali 2. He’d be the perfect antagonist to be played against Prabhas.

 

Anushka – You have seen Anushka played the character of a tired, helpless mother of the character Shivudu in the first part. But the recently released poster of Anushka where she sits on throne like a chair just like a royal queen with her sharp looks will surely mesmerize you in the second part. Both her looks are poles apart but it seems like Anushka has done a marvelous job in attaining them in the film. We are gladly waiting to see her play more of Devasena’s role, who wouldn’t?

 

While, Prabhas, Rana, and Anushka being the lead characters, one other powerful role is given to Ramyakrishna and we have to definitely talk about her. With her fierce looks and elegant appearance, she plays the role ‘Rajamata’ and she must be given a 10/10 for her performance. What stole my heart the most after I watched the movie was her character. Her character is beautifully yet powerfully carved into the story. Ramyakrishna has definitely given justice to the character of ‘Rajamata’

Music  

Just like in the first part, MM Keeravani gave his best music for all the songs which are appeasing as well as dynamic. Like we have already seen in the first part, the background music will play a vital role in the movie and the musicians have worked hard on to deliver the best output. The background music played in every scene will surely give you goosebumps.

BAHUBALI – THE CONCLUSION

The much hyped and much-awaited movie has finally come and all set to hit the theaters this Friday! Find out all the answers for the questions that remained unanswered in the first part. Experience the magnus opus, once again.

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