Thoughts on Baahubali 2

Birdie 2022-04-19 09:02:11

I watched the first part and the second part together. The connection between the two parts is very coherent. The title of the second part is the epitome of some of the shots in the first part. I was very impressed with the Princess Devashina. The ragged and vicissitudes of life in the previous shots made this princess look like a bit scary old woman, but only in the second part I saw her as a princess. She is beautiful (but I personally think that when people see her portrait in the movie, the performance is too exaggerated), she is not only a dignified and temperamental princess, but also has the courage to kill the enemy and keep her face unchanged when confronting the queen mother. It is very in line with the characteristics of the king's woman. Some people say that the part of old Baahubali and the princess returning to China on the swan boat is very beautiful, but unfortunately, when I watched it at the time, I only tried to convince Asan's imagination and did not pay much attention to the beauty of the picture. In fact, after watching it, if you think about it, you will feel the same as when you watched the first movie, that is, the same fantasy, there is nothing thunderous, and the culture is different. , are all imagined by people, and their essence is divorced from reality.

I don’t know much about India, and some are still spit on Zhihu, but even if it is one-sided, it is an indisputable fact that women’s universal status is indisputable. In India, labels have become one of many people’s first impressions of India (including myself). inside). The Indian films that have entered our field of vision in recent years have the shadow of equality between men and women. A good sign. India is a big country, I hope their people can be more enlightened in this regard, just like the Dhamma taught by the queen mother to the prince in the movie. Everyone is the same.

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Extended Reading
  • Theron 2022-03-24 09:02:10

    It's actually a prequel. The second series of the Indian version of "Game of Thrones" reveals a feminist atmosphere everywhere, but it is too long. The mighty and majestic crown prince of India who flies to the ground and covers the mountains and rivers! ! ! ! ! ! The exaggeration is so exaggerated that you can't help but laugh at the Indian God movie! ! ! ! ! The "Baahubali" who loves beauty but not the throne, loves the country and the people, and whoever wins the hearts and minds of the people wins the world. So the second-generation heroine Tamannaah Bhatia is more beautiful!

  • Neoma 2021-12-21 08:01:03

    After watching for more than two hours, I realized that I was talking about history all the time, and it was still a part of Homer's long talk. There is nothing to say about special effects, but if you don't combine good content ideas, it's zero. Baahubali is so superhuman that he feels fake if he is injured. The supporting role comes with flamboyant stare, and Bajo comes with a rejoicing shampoo.

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion quotes

  • Bijjaladeva: Bhalla, have you ever considered killing your mother? I did. When, upon his birth, she shared with him the affection only you were entitled to, for the first time I thought of killing her. Shares in wealth, glory, and even rights! When she was giving him half of everything, I felt like killing her! And now, when the throne is being passed on to him, I feel like crushing her throat with these very hands. So Bhalla, should we kill her?

  • Bijjaladeva: What is it, you dog?

    Kattappa: My Lord.

    Kattappa: What have you come to bark about?

    [his men laugh]

    Kattappa: Baahubali's coronation will take place on the upcoming Vijaya Dashami. Queen Mother's orders were to give this news to you first.

    Bijjaladeva: [Bijjaladeva angrily throws his glass away] This is exactly what happened on that day as well! My throne was given to my younger brother, and now, my son's throne is being given to that very brother's son. My son, my son's son, and his sons, will we just remain slaves? Tell me, you dog, why wasn't I made king?

    [He yanks away the cloth draped around him, revealing his damaged arm]

    Bijjaladeva: Because I am handicapped? So what if one arm is disabled, is this iron fist not enough to rule our kingdom?

    [he turns and punches a pillar with his good arm, breaking a huge chunk off of it]

    Kattappa: You weren't rejected kingship because of your disabled arm my lord, but because of your handicapped brain.

    Setu Patti: [angrily pulls out his sword] Your orders, my lord!

    Bijjaladeva: You dog! Have you forgotten that anyone who speaks ill about the royal family gets his tongue cut off!

    Kattappa: Forgive me, but a person who thinks of killing his own wife, what is his brain but handicapped?

    Bijjaladeva: [backs away, shocked] You overheard?

    Kattappa: No my lord. Since I am after all a dog, I was able to smell it!

    [bows and walks away]