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The film is set in 1980's rural India. Chittibabu, a pure and innocent guy with partial deafness, earns his livelihood by supplying water to agricultural lands in the fictional village of ... See full summary »
The climax of this movie alone cost more than INR 30 Crores. See more »
In Entry scene, Mahendra Baahubali brings chariot out of building that has closed doors. But in next scene, Lord Ganesha Idol is shown on Chariot. Size of Idol seems quite bigger than size of building. See more »
If Baahubali is given the death sentence, the subjects will revolt, the court will split into factions. War within! This won't be good for our kingdom.
So are you just going to let such a criminal get away?
BAAHUBALI'S DEATH IS CERTAIN!
[Bijjaladeva gasps in shock]
But his blood shouldn't stain the King's hands. He shouldn't go down in history as his younger brother's murderer.
Then what should be do?
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The title cards in the beginning show some of the most important moments from the prequel in the form of 3D animated visuals. See more »
I really liked baahubali the beginning. Though it was not great,it was a good movie. Now the second part came with so much hype that it was a one in a lifetime experience kind of a movie.
Let me start out by saying this movie is so far fetched from what the ratings say about this movie. Everything about the movie is over the top. Direction, acting, overpowering music, over use of vfx. It seemed like the director wanted to show that they threw a lot of money into every scene to make it look good. Good looks do not make a good movie. There are many illogical and unrealistic scenes that come at regular intervals that make the movie look bad. The vfx were so overused and were used at locations that did not even need them.
In short, the first half had silly comedy and the tempo gets better towards the interval. Second half of the movie starts out good with the story but very predictable as it progresses.
Overall Rajamouli might have increased the scale of imagination and money making with baahubali for telugu movies but he has a lot to learn about filmmaking from legendary directors like KV. Reddy, K. Kameshwara Rao,C. Pullayya, Vittalacharya who made great movies of this genre with limited budget and no graphics.
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