Bahubali 2: The Conclusion

(2017)

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Title:
Bahubali 2: The Conclusion
Release Date:
27th April 2017
Runtime:
161 min
MPAA Rating:
13
Genres:
Directors:
S.S. Rajamouli
Writers:
Mankombu Gopalakrishnan, S.S. Rajamouli
Languages:
Telugu
Stream Quality:
1080p / 720p / 480p

Storyline

When Mahendra, 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.

Ratings

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 0%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience 92%
IMDb Rating 9.2

Casts

Anushka Shetty as Devasena
Prabhas as Amarendra Baahubali
Rana Daggubati as Bhallaladeva
Sathyaraj as Kattappa
Tamannaah Bhatia as Avanthika

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Rohit Fedujwar 5th May, 2017

A Bit Disappointing...

why did we like the 1st part?? most of us liked bcoz the war sequence between mahishmati and Kaalkeya.. and that what we expected from the 2nd part. but unfortunately, such a fantastic war sequence is Absent in the 2nd part. a hurried war sequence with some non sense illogical action...disappointed...!! badly rest of the film is like a TV serial showing jealousy arguments between devsena and shivgami...are we eagerly waiting for THIS kind of film ?? ...lol first half entertains in some parts.. second half is totally paced showing why katappa kills baahubali... The climax is disappointing .One would expect a proper face off between bhallaldeva and bahubali.However it appears that the makers were in a hurry to wrap up the movie in the limited amount of screen timing. The only notable praiseworthy factors about the movie are the graphics and special effects . The director has put a significant amount of effort for the grandeur of the project. However he could have chosen a better way of storytelling and mostly a mature plot ,given the gargantuan effort (in terms of time and money) involved with the film And as I have anticipated, the movie is not up to the mark, at least surely not as much as it flashed all around.There are good movies, there are great movies. But good movies hyped as great movies actually always fall short of expectations and become average movies, that's what exactly happened here. The plot is weak, predictable, and similar to any South Indian movie where the protagonist goes through hardships, someone gets murdered, and someone seeks revenge. Too many South Indian melodramatic movies have the same story line. The movie is completely hyped. In brief, at least I expected the ending scenes will deliver something better. NO CLIMAX as if made or finished in much hurry. Therefore, as END IS NOT WELL, ALL IS NOT WELL. Thanks

Reviewed by primusautobot-112-902609 3rd May, 2017

Don't Waste your time watching this movie,its mindless movie,

The cast just don't seem to know how to act naturally. It is either that or the directors forced them to overact each and every scene. I am the kind of person who likes understatement because it is natural. Subtlety is the king, but absolutely nothing is subtle in this movie! I do not recommend anyone to watch this movie, and I will never every watch this film again. Worst CGI, even its like 20 year old and green screen scenes were clearly visible, below average CGI even the soundtrack does not help in tolerating this movie.

Reviewed by vijaynarla 2nd May, 2017

Disappointed

I'm not satisfied.All I can say is I'm satisfied about the visual effects in the movie but there something in tollywood that doesn't change.Just remember a six feet man cannot make a hundred feet statue fall.I hate say it but I hate the movie and the movie sucks. I've waited for the movie and stood 8hrs under the sun for the tickets and at last got disappointment. I'm not only talking about that statue but why the hell are people flying when Anushka is killing the robbers.I have to say that I hated the climax. Getting box office collection doesn't matter. Well I'm satisfied with story and VFX

Reviewed by ninadmauskar 1st May, 2017

As lame as the first one

This movie is as lame as the first movie. I am also disappointed that the audience liked this movie - just goes to show anything works. The plot is weak, predictable, and similar to any South Indian movie where the protagonist goes through hardships, someone gets murdered, and someone seeks revenge. Too many South Indian melodramatic movies have the same story line. Key disappointments are as follows: 1. Tamanna Bhatia has 0 dialogues 2. Tamanna Bhatia's story has no reference in the movie. The role of the revel group is unclear 3. Katappa is shown as powerful, but his personality, figure, persona, and body language is quite the contrary, as in, weak, feeble, emotional, and helpless. 4. Action sequences are ridiculous. The most disappointing and also the funniest part of the movie, particularly how soldiers are propelled into the kingdom using cocunut trees. 5. Ramaya's, the queen mother's performance is too melodramatic. A queen should be shown as strong, political, and powerful. Ramaya is shown as a melodramatic woman with extrapolate daughter expressions. 6. Protagonist looks weak as compared to the antagonist. I was rooting for the antagonist. 7. The plot is weak, there is nothing new. 8. Why dis the Adivasi army attack the kingdom in part 1 is never discussed / described. I thought the war in part 1 was totally random. 9. What happened to the love story between young Bahubali and Tamanna Bhatia? 10. Last 15-20 mins seemed like a "wrap up" job, where the director wanted to finish and wind up real quick. Overall, I recommend not spending any money for watching this movie in the theatres. Watch it at home on one of the streaming websites. Generally very disappointing, but I am glad that it got over.

Reviewed by Galib Rushdy 30th April, 2017

Disappointed.

No debate on the VFX, effects and all except the some very important part of story line. Honestly, Reason for Katappa to Kill Baahubali still not justified; and specially he swung the sword from behind. At least Katappa could challenge a duel with Baahu. On the first place it is quite shaded that who ordered katappa to kill bahu, Shibgami or vallala? And when Vallala is the full fledged king why Shivgami is taking decisions? No prerogative for Baahu and Devshena ? Characters taking oaths every now and then! too much cheap drama and aggressive (only to initiate a quarrel) attitude from the ladies. No Tamanna. Ending is too quick and ordinary against high expectations. Sling Shot scene was funny (Spartans are even nothing). Bhalla character could show some personality (it wasn't necessary to portrait him as jealous, villain and so negative; he could've been showed as neglected and raged by his deprivations). Bhallal's promising character from part 1 went clown in part 2. Story like a daily soap. COMPLETE DISASTER (A Hollywood horror film named 'The Boy' failed me from sky to ground just like this. In brief, AT LEAST I EXPECTED THE ENDING SCENES WILL DELIVER SOMETHING BETTER. NO CLIMAX as if made or finished in much hurry. Therefore, as END IS NOT WELL, ALL IS NOT WELL. Thanks