The most awaited prequel of Baahubali i.e., Baahubali: The Conclusion released on Friday with record breaking on 9000 screens worldwide. Finally, the mystery of ‘Baahubali ko Kattappa ne kyun maara’ aka ‘Why did Katappa kill Bahubali’ comes to an end. This part of the movie portrayed the strength of Bhallaladeva over Baahubali, which somehow overshadowed the role of Baahubali. More than Prabhas role as Amarendra Bahubali, Rana’s role as Bhallaladeva is admired by critics.
Surprisingly, director SS Rajamouli has shown Rana Daggubati Bahubali role as Bhallaladeva as a powerful appearance which dragged the attention of critics in the second part. With an unparallel response received worldwide after the release of Baahubali: The Conclusion, the movie is described with heavy adjectives like majestic, grand and path-breaking by the fans in their reviews.
The story is about rivalry and envy of two quarreling brothers directed by SS Rajamouli, turned out to be one of the biggest Indian film franchises. The story has been seen by us several times in silver screen but this time the presentation of the same old story has made Baahubali 2 as the India’s huge motion picture.
This time Rana Daggubatti role as Bhallaladeva is an eye gear to watch and is appreciated by the critics with applause. Though Baahubali has overshadowed Bhallaladeva in the movie because of his honesty and decency, but still it is the bad guy who brings twist and turns into the movie to stick the audiences till the end of the film. The reason for which the people of Mahishmati did not accept Bhallaladeva as their king was his cruel nature and the desperation to take over the throne of Mahishmati.