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Baahubali 2 : The Conclusion Review

U/A Periodical 2 hrs 51 mins Apr 28, 2017
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3.7

Critics

3.7

Users

3.4

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  • Oshanil

    14 May 17 @ 1:00 PM

    Baahubali 2 : Applause to the entire Team. No doubt Rajamouli is a legend. Every scene of the movie is EPIC!!! Prabhas entry is Stunning. His attire, body language is fantastic. He has that magnificent looks. Aushka intro is superb. She is amazing looks wise as well as warrior Princess. This time should really appreciate Rama Rajamouli and Prashanthi for the excellent costumes. Ramya Krishna performance is spell bound. No one else would have done justice to that character except Ramya Krishna (My heartfelt thanks {Dandalayya} for casting team for not choosing Sridevi and especially Manchu Lakshmi). Rana is wonderful as an Evil king and no one should really go off appreciating his efforts. Satyaraj as protector is appreciable and his humor with Subbaraju is very enjoyable. Nasser role is characterized very well. Tamanna have very limited screen access. M.M Keeravani has given a wonderful music and it is because of the BGM we could really feel the characters. Especially the Swan song I felt like I was watching some Walt Disney movie. Excellent cinematography. Perfection at the peaks. The entry scene of Prabahas, Bow and arrow scene, few sequences before Interval, and lastly Anushka's court session scenes will make solid impact on the entire movie. Thums-up for the EPIC movie!!
  • K Sai Santhosh

    28 Apr 17 @ 4:39 PM

    I do not have any clue as to where to start from to talk about this movie. It is not a review, but just a friendly gesture of telling what makes this movie a remarkable one in the history of Indian cinema. SS Rajamouli's 'Baahubali : The Conclusion' has not just raised the bars of Indian cinema, but has set a great challenge ahead for the future film makers to 'dream big'. The second part has much more to it than the first part. Like Rajamouli mentioned, we see more emotions and some kick-ass breath taking moments through the movie. You will even come across situation where you will hate Ballaladeva for the person he is. Such is the involvement Rajamouli has created with this magnum opus screenplay. I don't think I even hold the worthiness to talk about the technical aspects of the movies as everything in the movie appeals to you. From the VFX to costumes, everything is in place and is spectacular. Prabhas steals the show with this body language and the variance he shows in two characters he portrayed. Anushka yet again impresses with some excellent performances. 'Baahubali : The Conclusion' is a spectacular and it cannot be missed. Even if you have office, apply for a leave and go. It is very much worth your money and time.
  • hema

    28 Apr 17 @ 4:56 PM

    Here's is my full review on Baahubali 2 : The movie is excellent. It will blow all your minds and possibly more than that. Rajamouli has now embarked on a new milestone which will put Indian cinema on a new horizon. Prabhas and Anushka stand out in the movie and Ranaa performance needs a special mention. Even though you get the answer to 'Why Katappa Killed Baahubali', you will realize that there is much more to this movie. The emotions are high, there is more drama and ofcourse it is more grandeur. A must watch for everyone irrespective of the language you belong to, because rarely you come across movies that make you give a standing ovation for the hard work and finesse put into every detail. A must must must watch!!!!

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India's biggest motion picture is now out on the screens and the euphoria surrounding 'Baahubali 2' is spectacular. Here are the tweet reviews and public response of 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion'

 
 
 
 

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Baahubali 2 : The Conclusion Preview

Finally, the day has arrived to witness the sequel to India's biggest motion picture on the screen. This time it's much bigger and grandeur. SS Rajamouli's 'Baahubali: The Conclusion' is hitting the screens on April 28th in a record number of 9000 screens worldwide. The movie which will answer the biggest question that has been keeping the entire nation curious ever since its first part released - 'Why Katappa Killed Baahubali?' Katappa Killed Baahubali?' 

With a U/A certification, the second and final instalment of the Baahubali franchise will be hitting the screens with premiere shows in the US on April 27th and in India on April 28th. Releasing in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi, the pre-release business of the movie has already raked close to Rs. 450 Crs. The talk for 'Baahubali : The Conclusion' has also been good from the censor board. Baahubali : The Conclusion' has also been good from the censor board. instalment of the Baahubali franchise will be hitting the screens with premiere shows in the US on April 27th and in India on April 28th. Releasing in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi, the pre-release business of the movie has already raked close to Rs. 450 Crs. The talk for 'Baahubali : The Conclusion' has also been good from the censor board. 

'Baahubali : The Beginning' stands even till date as the highest grossed movie within India and second highest grossing Indian film of all time. With the craze and hype the second part Rajamouli's 'Baahubali : The Conclusion' is carrying, if the things work out in the right manner, this epic will go ahead and demolish all the existing records in terms of collections. The movie is now no more a regional film, it has crossed the Indian territory and is now in par with International releases. For the amazing trailer response it received globally, this grand scale of release and the attention it has been getting internationally is a proud and remarkable moment in the history of Indian cinema.in par with International releases. For the amazing trailer response it received globally, this grand scale of release and the attention it has been getting internationally is a proud and remarkable moment in the history of Indian cinema.

'Baahubali : The Conclusion' has been directed by SS Rajamouli while Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni bank rolled this magnum opus on their prestigious banner, Arka Media. The movie stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka in the lead roles while the supporting cast include Ramya Krishanan, Satyaraj, Nasser and Tamannaah among others. MM Keeravani composed the music and KK Senthil Kumar handled the camera work, while Sabu Cyril took care of the art work. Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao cut the movie while R C Kamalakannan worked as the visual effects supervisor. Peter Hein choreographed the fights. We can't wait for this epic drama to be unveiled and experience the magic on screen.include Ramya Krishanan, Satyaraj, Nasser and Tamannaah among others. MM Keeravani composed the music and KK Senthil Kumar handled the camera work, while Sabu Cyril took care of the art work. Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao cut the movie while R C Kamalakannan worked as the visual effects supervisor. Peter Hein choreographed the fights. We can't wait for this epic drama to be unveiled and experience the magic on screen.Baahubali : The Conclusion' has been directed by SS Rajamouli while Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni bank rolled this magnum opus on their prestigious banner, Arka Media. The movie stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka in the lead roles while the supporting cast include Ramya Krishanan, Satyaraj, Nasser and Tamannaah among others. MM Keeravani composed the music and KK Senthil Kumar handled the camera work, while Sabu Cyril took care of the art work. Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao cut the movie while R C Kamalakannan worked as the visual effects supervisor. Peter Hein choreographed the fights. We can't wait for this epic drama to be unveiled and experience the magic on screen.

 

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