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Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017)

Bãhubali 2: The Conclusion (original title)
Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 28 April 2017 (USA)
When Shiva, the son of Bahubali, learns about his heritage, he begins to look for answers. His story is juxtaposed with past events that unfolded in the Mahishmati Kingdom.


S.S. Rajamouli


Vijayendra Prasad (story by), S.S. Rajamouli (screenplay by) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Prabhas ... Amarendra Baahubali / Mahendra Baahubali
Rana Daggubati ... Bhallaladeva
Anushka Shetty ... Devasena
Sathyaraj ... Kattappa (as Sathya Raj)
Ramya Krishnan ... Sivagami (as Ramya Krishna)
Tamannaah Bhatia ... Avanthika (as Tamannaah)
Nassar ... Bijjaladeva (as Nasser)
Subbaraju Subbaraju ... Kumara Varma (as Subba Raju)
Meka Rama Krishna Meka Rama Krishna ... King of Kunthala (as Meka Ramakhrisna)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rajsekhar Aningi Rajsekhar Aningi ... Samantha Raju
Seshadev Bag Seshadev Bag
Tanikella Bharani ... Swami Ji
Sharad Kelkar ... Baahubali (Hindi) (voice)
Abhinaya Krishna Abhinaya Krishna ... Kumara Varma
Aashish Maske Aashish Maske ... Srinu


Kattappa narrates the story of Amarendra Baahubali to Shivudu, who learns his lineage as the prince of Mahishmati and the son of Amarendra Baahubali. Shivudu, now Mahendra Baahubali, decides to dethrone and punish Bhallaladeva for all wrongdoings of his past with the help of Kattappa.

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India's Biggest Blockbuster Ever


Action | Drama


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On Google, the film was the most searched topic and most searched film in India for the year 2017. See more »


In Prabhas's introduction scene, he breaks a door with the chariot and the door comes crashing down creating a dust cloud. But when the dust cloud clears, the fallen door is not seen on the floor, it seems to have disappeared completely. See more »


Bhallaladeva: He was with you for only nine months and that too in your womb. You were with me for twenty-five years, so how could you just leave me for him, Devasena
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Crazy Credits

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 »

Alternate Versions

A few violent scenes cut from the Telugu version have been retained in the Tamil version, and both the versions have same UA (PG) rating. See more »


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Dandaalayyaa (Telugu)
Performed by Kaala Bhairava
Music by M.M. Keeravani
Lyrics by M.M. Keeravani
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An Epic Conclusion To The Celebrated War Drama
29 April 2017 | by afsalthodupuzhaSee all my reviews

'Baahubali - The Beginning' released back in 2015 was a 'Pan-Indian Blockbuster' that raised the standards of technical brilliance of Indian films with stellar war sequences and awe-inspiring art- direction ,making its Bollywood counter- parts a run for their money.To make a sequel (techncially speaking a prequel) that matches the grandeur and brilliance of the magnum opus 'Baahubali' might look irrealizable,but not for a master craftsman like S.S.Rajamouli who has come up with a stunning piece of cinema that lives upto the hype in all means and even outshines the original as far as the depth of the story-line and a smooth narrative is concerned.

The well-made sequel is without doubt a better movie altogether with a thoroughly convincing and hearty story- line that engages the viewers by inviting them to be a part of the Mahishmati kingdom for its run time of 168 minutes.A more befitting finale to this epic is doubtful and the first half by itself makes it a paisa- vasool affair for the normal movie going audience.

The love-track between Tammana and Prabhas was a let-back in the first part and the best a thing about the conclusion is that it takes care of leaving aside such avoidable sub plots and tries to concentrate in the inner conflicts and emotions of the lead characters making it a hearty affair for the viewers.The first half of the movie was first-rate in this matter and more entertaining on comparison with nevertheless a very good second half.

The way K. V. Vijayendra Prasad handled the answer to the million dollar question "Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali?" was brilliant and the overflow of emotions surrounding that question was a delight to watch and made remarkable by brilliant lead performances.The courtroom sequences and the particular arrow fight sequence were exceptional and the highlight of the narrative.

A notable lame-point of the movie was the patchy graphics in few sequences which is too sub-standard considering the mammoth budget of the presentation.The climax portions were good,but not as riveting as the rest of the narrative.

The audience response was enormous for critical sequences and the cheers and whistles ensure that the movie is going to make it big with its impressive 'WOM' among the families and the youth alike.The absence of a breath-taking war sequence like the 'Kalaleya fight' in the first part didn't make any impact,thanks to the brilliant penning of story-line by K.V.Vijayendra Prasad.

Prabhas gave a convincing performance as both Amarendra Bahubali and Mahendra Baahubali with required zeal and intensity that the characters demanded.Anushka was a delight to watch and stamped her authority as a lady action superstar in Indian cinema.Remya Krishnan's act was powerful.Rana Daggubati was good and gave a better performance on comparison with his act in the first.Nasser played his part well.Sathyaraj was lovable and excelled in both comic and emotional sequences.

Songs and background score by M.M.Keeravani were effective and elevated the atmosphere of the narration.All the songs qualify for repeated hearing with the picks being 'Dandaalayya','Oka Praanam' and 'Hamsa Naava'.Cinematography by K. K. Senthil Kumar was top notch and managed to capture the visual grandeur of the movie.Art direction part was handled well by Sabu Cyril.Editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao was good.

Overall,Baahubali -The Conclusion' is a stunning visual extravaganza,a must watch cinematic experience from preferably the best theater in your locality.Take a Bow,SS Rajmouli ! __/\__

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Telugu | Tamil

Release Date:

28 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office


INR2,500,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$10,430,497, 30 April 2017

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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