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Bahubali 2 Movie Review


Bahubali the historic movie that touched the heart of many has its prequel out and is in theaters now. The second part of the movie, Bahubali: The Conclusion was released today i.e 28th April 2017. many were there to watch it but not all came out from theater satisfied. Why?

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The movie, if we compare with the original one, is not really great. Sorry, I am opening the bad and worst news in the very beginning. But this is the fact. If you don't believe me read any review by the well established newspaper or publication. This review is not based on what others has to say, rather it is based on my own experience. 

I went to watch this movie to take a break from my daily routine. What I found is - loud or deafening sound, silly and illogical romantic twists, and the boring answer to the thrilling question Why Kattappa killed Bahubali? Huh! I was and I am disappointed with what SS Rajamouli has given to us. 

If you loved the first part of the movie, you are most likely to hate this movie. It is not like any Harry Potter movie that can be watched again and again parts by parts. I hate to say and break your heart - don't go and watch bahubali 2. I would rather suggest waiting for it to come to your TV screen. 

With all the nautanki above and dialogues of how much I disliked the movie, let me tell you why it shouldn't be watched in theaters:

1. Lethargic Plot: Yes, the plot is lethargic in itself. It is not active, strong or entertaining. Rather it is boring, dull and may make you sleep in the theater. Part 2-The Conclusion onerously carries the equity of the first part on its shoulder and ups the scale on many counts—, especially in heroism. Bahubali has been sketched out as such a symbol of strength and power that he makes you root for him throughout. Prabhas is terrific as father and son. What’s more, this part provides an answer to a question uppermost in everyone’s mind for the last two years—it tells you why Katappa, the old faithful, killed Bahubali Senior.


2. Deafening Sound: The background music is relentless, and the pitch at which the declamatory dialogues are delivered is deafening: there were times I felt like closing my ears.

The first part of the movie is a bit tolerable. You might not feel like sitting for the second part to complete. In the second part, we are told why Kattapa Killed Bahubali

I enjoyed the first part enormously. The second one comes to life only intermittently. Leaving the theatre, you can’t help wishing that Kattapa had killed the fellow earlier, for us to get a tighter, more economical and perhaps sharper conclusion.

In the end, I would suggest don’t judge Bahubali. Just savour it. It is a visual extravaganza that India must feast on. Part 2-The Conclusion onerously carries the equity of the first part on its shoulder and ups the scale on many counts—especially in heroism. Bahubali has been sketched out as such a symbol of strength and power that he makes you root for him throughout. Prabhas is terrific as father and son. What’s more, this part provides an answer to a question uppermost in everyone’s mind for the last two years—it tells you why Katappa, the old faithful, killed Bahubali Senior.

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