S S Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali!!!
There is no taking away from all the hardwork that has gone into making this movie. I wont give you numbers, u can recognise the dedication that goes into making something when you see it.
Baahubali looks GRAND on the screen. The effects look awesome in the theater. And me, like everybody else was eager to know the answer to the question that has been burning away at everyone’s minds – Kattappa ne Baahubali ko kyun mara?
Well, I like to be surprised pleasantly by movie twists. But I also like to dig around trying to figure out the twist and think up all scenarios but I want the movie to surprise me and show that there was this one scenario that I missed conjuring. That’s when I feel satisfied.
Now I won’t reveal why Kattappa did what he did(bcoz people will kill me if I did so) but I’ll say this – the “reason” did not surprise me.
Some of the scenes are unrealistic. Yes, we are Indians, we get carried away.
Baahubali is like all the DC Comic superheros and the Avengers team rolled into one. He has so many super talents, all naturally born to him.
How can one person have so much strength that he is flying around everywhere, fighting every one at the same time but still manages to land on both his feet upright, without getting tired.
Man, this is a superhuman effort.
Acting wise, everyone is awesome in their own roles. The story is pretty straight – a story of avenging all the wrong doings.
The war tactics are superb. Bhallaldev’s rath, drawn by his power bulls, has rotating killer blades at it’s sides and compartments spewing arrows. I liked it😂
The war strategies are good. When I watched it in theater, I was like, is this possible? Then later, Dad explained that yeah can be executed scientifically. I was like, huh 🤔
I liked the scene in which Prabhas teaches Devsena to shoot multiple arrows in one bow string. It was like, a dance of archery 😍
But the romance bit, I liked of Baahubali Part one between Prabhas and Tammana.
Prabhas and Anushka look good too but… the romance isn’t very romantic.
Overall, worth a one time watch in the theaters. At least, to squench the Baahubali mania.