Baahubali: The BeginningAction, Drama
Story of young princes and his return to Mahishmati.
Cast & Crew
Baahubali: The Beginning Movie Review:
Indian cinema is so popular and has a huge impact on a massive audience, which consistently drives our cinema to match up the expectations of the global audience which indeed lead our filmmakers to take Indian cinema to much illogical state. In such a stage the attempt of director of Bahubali, SS Rajamouli is quite daring and is much appreciated by the audience. His thought of depicting Indian historical epic is such a refreshing vision which had a strong impression on viewers, which itself is a great achievement.
Bahubali, the beginning, being the first part beautifully introduced all the characters, though some of the scenes felt unnecessary but they successfully set the stage relevant to the overall story. Talking about the visual effects of the movie, some of them are top notch, while others feel clearly unrealistic. Overall the movie was incredibly entertaining with good story writing and direction and breathtaking cinematography.
The movie was shot in multiple languages such as Tamil and Telugu and was dubbed in Hindi and Malayalam. The craze of the movie was such that, it earned a good response in every language in which it appeared in the silver screen.
Talking about the cast performances, Prabhas on the lead role was the always centre of attraction and the way he has given his performance depicts his hard work of so many years especially for this movie and its sequel.
He is seen growing up with a family who adopted him and in the movie his curiosity to explore the world took him to a point where he knows who he is actually. Supporting him, the beauty Avanthika, the role of which is played by Tamannah keeps the performance up to the mark. Anushka Shetty as Queen Devasena and Rana Daggubatti as King Bhallaladeva have been outstanding at their point.