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  • Baahubali 2 Has Not One But Two Major Twists: Get Ready To Be Amazed

    Arunita Tiwari (540,734 DM Points)

    Desimartini | Updated - April 28, 2017 12:53 PM IST
    3.6DM (84231 ratings)

    Verdict - It needed a masterpiece to live up to the hype and Baahubali 2 does it and how!

    Bahubali 2: The ConclusionWatch trailerRelease date : April 28, 2017

    For the folks who have been chewing on the question why Kattapa killed Baahubali, the arrival of Baahubali 2: The Coclusion shall be no less than a prayer answered. The film pickup seamlessly from where it departed and the seamless beginning is really appreciated. It almost turns the two years of wait to dust and take you back to the grand kingdom of Mahishmati.

    The first half of the film is dominated by the love story between the lead couple Baahubali and Devasena. There is fairytale appeal to this part that will goes on in a new unexplored town and then the ease is also suddenly broken when, Devasena is approached by Sivagami to marry Bhallaladeva, and she turns it down. The first half drags a little bit but doesn't disappoint.

    In a quick change of events things turn grim as Bhallaladeva is quickly appointed as the King of Mahishmati in stark contrast to how we saw Baahubali as the King in the first part.

    Action takes over and the entire scenario turns into an edge of the seat thrill. In the more interesting second half is a whole play of the conflict between the two brothers and then there is interesting insight into the characters of Sivagami and Devasena. And finally laying the demons to rest by answering why Kattapa killed Baahubali. The film sort of becomes more predictable post the revelation. The big question of why was Baahubali killed has been dealt tactfully and does complete justice to the layout the film.

    Putting the pieces together, you won't want to barter Prabhas for anyone other man who could have pulled of so many shades of a character seamlessly, valour, romance, vulnerability and confidence.

    There is not an inch of drop in the quality of the film and hats off to S.S. Rajamouli for keeping the world of Mahishmati as consistent or even more grand that we remembered from the first film.

    The performances, VFX, consistency and the execution is top class and there can be absolutely no complaints there. It is worth every penny and the long wait that kept us on our toes. The film is beyond a story and involves you into it and makes it a holistic experience and will totally amaze you. Prabhas steals the show yet again and this time very well complemented by Anushka Shetty!

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