If you are even vaguely aware of what is happening in the movie world, then you know that Baahubali 2 is a force to be reckoned with. SS Rajamouli's Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, which stars Prabhas and Rana Daggubati in the leads, has grossed more than Rs 1000 crores at the box-office. And that too within just ten days of the movie being released. Although this is something really astonishing in itself, the movie is yet to be released in Japan and China. And this will only add to the already massive collection that the epic movie has amassed. As of recent reports, the collection of the the box-office behemoth stands at somewhere around Rs 1,047 crore. And all of this only after a ten-day run at the box office. The Hindi version of the film, by some reports, has collected about Rs 508 crore in the course of ten days.

In the meanwhile, the franchise fans have been actively anticipating another sequel of the film, however, the man at the helm of the movie, the director, has made it quite clear that there won't be any more films in the franchise.

Bahubali is a magnum opus that has proved to be a box-office behemoth. In this second instalment we find Prabhas portraying the character of Amarendra Baahubali, who also essays the role of his son. Rana Daggubati reprises his role of Bhallaladeva, Anushka Shetty of Devasena, Ramya Krishnan of Rajmata Sivagami, Tamannaah of Avanthika and Sathyaraj of Kattappa. Baahubali is all that it promised itself to be and more. The film is a visual delight that delivers not only on a gratifying story and script, but also gives you physics defying action and epic war scenes that are brought to life using state-of-the-art VFX.

So, there you have it. The movie that everyone had been waiting for is every bit as exceptional as it was expected to be. The movie is a phenomenal effort that pushes the boundary of imagination and what can be accomplished on the silver screen. Baahubali franchise has raised the bar for all that can be accomplished and it continues breaking records at the box-office. So if you ask us, we would strongly recommend you to go and watch Baahubali 2. And if you have watched it already, then a second time should definitely be on the cards.

Written By: Ankkit Singh | Post Date: 11 May 2017

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