Banner: Arca Media
Starring: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia, Sathyaraj, Nassar, Ramya Krishnan, Sudeep and Tanikella Bharani and others
Story: Vijayendra Prasad
Dialogues: Ch Vijay Kumar, Ajay Kumar G
Music: M M Keeravani
Cinematography: K K Senthil Kumar
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao
Production Designer: Sabu Cyril
Producers: Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni
Presented by: K Raghavendra Rao
Screenplay and Direction: S S Rajamouli
Release Date: July 10, 2015
Bahubali Movie Review:
Baahubali is a visual treat for cinema lovers. Every frame is very attractive. The most expensive sets and VFX shows you the magnificence, on screen. First half is little slow with the character define promotion scenes and moves into the story. Interval Bang is good. War sequence of about 40 minutes is the best part of 2nd half.
On the other side, rajamouli failed a little bit to get the pulse of audience this time. Screenplay is not gripping. There are continuous ups and downs in the graph of Baahubali. More number of characters and improper management of them spoiled the plot. The Climax will remind you the ending of a Game of Thrones episode. The next part will be Baahubali – The conclusion scheduled for a release in 2016.
Prabhas did his best in showing variations of Shivudu and Baahubali character. Rana acted as a powerful opponent to prabhas. Ramya Krishna did her best and will receive maximum applause. Satya raj character is a special mention, he did it with ease. Rest of the casting did their best.
As we all know that Baahubali is a 200 crore budget film. The visuals are stunning and the production values are rich. VFX shots are too good , one of the finest works in Indian cinema. Rajamouli’s hard work is clearly visible. Senthi Kumar’s cinematography is an added advantage.
On a whole Baahubali offers you a good cinematic experience with ups an downs, but missed oomph and goosebumps factors. You can watch it for sure for the amazing visuals and the master vision of Rajamouli.