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Baahubali 2 Review
5 stars - based on 5 reviews

The much awaited Bahubali 2: The Conclusion was released all over India on April 28, in an attempt to repeat the success of the Bahubali 1. It is an epic historical fiction film directed by S. S. Rajamouli. And it is the continuation of Baahubali: The Beginning. The movie is a sequel to 2015 release 'Baahubali: The Beginning' and answers the infamous question of the year, 'Why Katappa Killed Baahubali?'In Baahubali 2, Shiva, the son of Bahubali, begins to search for answers after he learns about his heritage.

The movie highlights grand visuals, background score, perforance of the charecters and the style of storytelling. This epic fiction film, looks like a drag for the second half for 30 minutes. The second part of Bahubali starts with the flash back of Kattappa. He reveals the reason behind the Bahubali's murder. The Amarendra Bahubali has not taken over the kingdom, after the Kalakeyan's death. The Maharani Sivakami seeks to Bahubali that, to visit the nearby states and people before taking the power. According to the order Bahubali, impersonated and going to see the country.

One day, everything changes after they arriving in a palce named Kunthala. Bahubali meets the princes Devasena, and falling in love with Devasena. Bahubali takes her to his home land. The challenges facing after that incident leads the further story of Bahubali, than the fact behind the murder of Bahubali.

 You may also start worrying that the film is likely to put you to sleep by in the second part. At the same time, you also feel thrill going ahead. The film even opens with revealing the fact about Bahubali's death, which shows this, is the story of revenge 

The Cinematography of K K Senthil Kumar is the major asset for the film. The music composed by M M Keeravani in songs is average and his background score elevates some of the scenes to the next level. The production values are decent except for poor graphic quality in very few portions of the movie. Finally, one should thank S S Rajamouli for his great vision of telling a normal story with this much grandeur and he is perfect in his job.

Cinematographer Rajamouli, who made an impressive attempt as a director with the first Bahubali, seems to have a talent at making the legendary film.

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