The Conclusion Of A Saga.
CAST: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Sathyaraj, Tamannaah, Nassar and Ramya Krishnan
DIRECTION: S S Rajamouli
DURATION: 2 hours 48 minutes
Somehow mannaged to get the answer [and also tickets too, yes its really hard to get one for the most awaited movie.. thanks @Paytm] of #WKKB !! And watched with amazing audience , the audience I was watching it with whooped and whistled.Mostly it was at something Prabhas did, I felt a cheer rising within me as well. If still you didn't understand the term #wkkb, it stands for why Kattappa Killed Baahubali? Be assured You will not find spoilers on the #WKKB in this review.
It has everything that is needed in a blockbuster - a hero, a villain, fight sequences, memorable songs, and a happy ending. Will Baahubali 2 be as bigger and grand ? and invincible as the viewers expect it to be? With part one, this team broke the barriers of what otherwise gets boxed into a ‘regional film’ and took it to a pan-Indian audience.The Baahubali 2 is a game changer. Years from now, filmmakers who dream big but shy away from taking that leap of faith will probably draw strength from the work of this team.
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 orphaned in his 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 he has the true makings of a ruler and benefactor. Bhalla is peeved. His father and he conspire to overthrow Bahubali. And they use Kattappa(Sathyaraj) and the Sivagami as pawns in their game.
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 film begins on a terrific note with the title sequence and hero introduction providing unlimited goosebumps. What more can one do after such an opening is what comes to everyone’s mind and that is where SS Rajamouli cleverly diverts the attention with comedy and romance. There is a scene in between reminding the main track but that only comes into force before the interval. From then on till the interval Rajamouli knocks it out of the park.
The second half starts slowly but get hike once the “Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali?” sequences starts.Kattappa (Sathyaraj) explaining to Shiva (Prabhas)—actually Mahendra Baahubali, rightful heir to the kingdom of Mahishmati—why he killed his father, Amarendra Baahubali (also Prabhas), the former king. His explanation took the form of an extended flashback, which continues in the sequel as we’re beaten over the head with scene after scene designed to show how virtuous and beloved of his people Amarendra was.It is neatly handled, but there is a feeling that it overstays its welcome due to the length. The emotional drama that runs the narrative during this hour also gives us a watching a serial kind of vibe.
The Good part :
Kattappa was way much interesting ,he was seen even better than in the first version.
The VFX were improved than Baahubali : The Beginning. The Visual effects should be given the best thing in the movie as usuall and as expected.
Baahubali , Devasena and shivagami characters are given the priority in the movie.
The political drama in the second half is good .
Rajamouli’s vision and conceiving of scenes, first half, interval episode, background music, characterizations and actors
What Baahubali does is show us is the future of Indian big-screen cinema, if it has to survive the against Hollywood, or move beyond Rajini, Khans, Kapoor, and Kumar, to begin with.