The very first shot, an extreme close-up of the title that zooms out to reveal the whole title, is impressive. Following this is the title sequence, which displays 3D images of major points from the story of part one. Right from the beginning, the fantastic colors and amazing visuals are evident, and I found myself hooked. It is extremely rare for a movie to meet the quality of its prequel, but “Baahubali – The Conclusion” even outshines the massive expectations surrounding it. The introduction scene of Amarendra Baahubali (Prabhas) includes shots with an elephant that give an electrifying effect, especially when he stands on the elephant.
Why Kattappa killed Baahubali!
What a great morning! Every scene is beautifully crafted. I loved how the film sped up and slowed down at certain key moments. The reason why Kattappa killed Baahubali is just a pretext for visiting the battle place of Baahubali and Devasena! This in no way ruins the film. This is a movie that gets your adrenaline going. Sometimes I had to hold myself back from screaming out loud “wow”! The images are consistently breathtaking. It’s a masterpiece of visual effects, color, sounds, and soundtracks. It will be regarded as another milestone in the history of Indian cinema.
The master of mass scene – Rajamouli
The battle scenes are so well done and breathtaking. The action is over the top, epic, and frenetic, it is gory, but artistically gory, if that makes any sense. The film works perfectly on the cinematic level. Even though I am still a bigger fan of the action scenes from Part One, Part Two is no less than mindblowing. I missed that amazing battle scene of Baahubali and Bhallala Deva with Kalakeyas. Anyway, in Baahubali – The Conclusion, the battle scene at Devasena’s fort is remarkable. I had chills and goosebumps virtually the entire film. Despite few avoidable flaws this is a truly memorable movie. There were moments where the music set in and shivers and adrenaline were running throughout my body. What an amazing achievement! I’m definitely longing to see this movie again.
Baahubali – The Conclusion, filled with mesmerising and memorable ‘mass’ sequences.
Believe the hype; Rajamouli has delivered a film that will undoubtedly stand the test of time. S.S. Rajamouli’s filmography doesn’t merely comprise a list of box office hits; it stands as a compilation of blockbusters and mega films. SS Rajamouli has played a pivotal role in bringing forth some of the most successful technologically advanced cinema India has ever seen. From ‘Magadheera’ (2009) to ‘Eega’ (2012), from ‘Baahubali’ (2015), he has always strived for more than the average Indian mass-movie-director, and his latest, ‘Baahubali – The Conclusion’, follows that same path. The film is designed with heavenly landscape, massive buildings, picturesque clouds, stunningly beautiful waterfalls and jaw-dropping mountains. Rajamouli knows how to properly use the massive budget. Baahubali – The Conclusion’ is an ultra-brilliant package of film-making mixed with Indian masala. It’s utterly gorgeous.
Cinephile. Learning the art of filmmaking. Script Writer of Amutha (Tamil) and Pattaapakal (Malayalam). Filmmaker.