The sequel of the Indian fantasy movie Bahubali creates waves not only in India but all across the world. The western world also seems like appreciating the level of quality and technical perfection that Bahubali 2: The conclusion has achieved.
BBC has found that the film’s technical brilliance causes its fans to mock Bollywood, which is the biggest film industry in India. Being part of South India, the makers of Bahubali had experienced limitations as it was primarily made in Telugu, a South Indian language. But despite all these limitations, the movie is being received with plenty of appreciations worldwide.
BBC also called Baahubali franchise India’s answer to ‘Game of Thrones’, the American drama series. The director S S Rajamouli has also expressed his wish to continue the movie series with a third part.
There are thrilling royal hunts, roaring elephants, strapping heroes and dazzling heroines, complete with the Indian staple of song and dance. Set in the fictional kingdom of Mahismati, Bahubali 2 has two swashbuckling cousins in a dynastic war over the kingdom. Expensive special effects and high value production costs have turned the drama into a visual spectacle unseen in Indian films.