Bahubali 2 movie review: 168 minutes of emotional drama that will give you goosebumps!

Bahubali 2 movie review

The much awaited film ‘Bahubali: The Conclusion’ is here and just like fans even critics cannot stop singing praises about the film. This historical fiction is the sequel to the 2015 released movie ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’. 

After the release of the first part, there were lot of jokes and memes been made especially on ‘why did Kattappa kill Baahubali’. Like Tamannaah said in one of her interviews, not even the makers ever thought that this scene would ever become the talking point. 

It’s been two years now that fans are waiting to know the theory behind this. For those who are have still not got the chance to watch the film, then check out the review posted by critics.

Dipanjan Sinha of Hindustan Times says, “Prabhas carries the film on his able shoulders essaying a range of emotions – regal, controlled, authoritative, romantic and a war machine with equal ease. What’s a protagonist without a combative arch rival? Rana Daggubati will remind you of Duryodhan and Karna in equal measure as we see him channel hatred, jealousy, strength and bravery against Baahubali.Watch out for the action and stunt sequences, executed under the ace direction of action choreographer and stunt coordinator Peter Hein.”

Hemanth Kumar of Firstpost says, “There’s so much to love about the film, even though your mind tells you that you’ve already come across stories like this in the past. Its beauty lies in the way the story is told and Rajamouli knocks it out of the park yet again. If Baahubali : The Beginning gave us a glimpse of Mahishmathi, the second part focuses on exploring psyche of its characters and how clash of ideologies can lead to devastating results. Every expression, even if it’s a tear drop, is highlighted and the camera holds still to make us sympathise with the characters even more. Truth be told, it’s hard to translate the experience of watching Baahubali: The Conclusion into words.”

Sify in its review said, “The first half of this second part of the movie holds interest with its racy narration and the many new elements in the movie along with the regular romantic sequences between Prabhas and Anushka and the comedy sequences. But Bhallaladeva and his father’s schemes that turn the course of the story keeps you engrossed and it also provides scenes of Rajamouli’s trademark heroism. The interval bang is a classic example. The second half also goes on smoothly till the revealing point of what prompted Kattappa to kill Baahubali. Thereafter, it loses the steam.”

So if you guys have watched ‘Baahubali 2’, then share your review with us in the comment section below.

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