The erotic scenes in Indian films are well-paced, unexposed but evoking raw perceptions

Ashleigh 2022-04-21 09:02:27

The scene of jumping from child to adult in Indian movies always seems to scare me. Children are so cute. When they grow up and show their faces as young characters (often they are so handsome and handsome that they turn all living beings upside down), I am always disappointed. But the strange thing is that it becomes more and more pleasing to the eye after seeing it.

This feeling is the same as when I watched this drama. I watched both the first and the second. The former is very leisurely. It can take more than 10 minutes to climb a cliff and then interspersed with hopelessly artificial slow motion and singing and dancing. The only thing is laughing, I don't believe that this is a film that seriously talks about heroism or even divinity. My title "The rhythm of the erotic scenes in Indian films is in place, but it can evoke the original perception without being exposed". It is the highlight of the emotional story of the hero and heroine in the play that I have the most influence on. The arrangement of this part can provoke the audience's senses in all directions. It increases the watchability of the movie, so I won't say much about it.

As a historical epic, it started to feel funny, why was it finally persuaded by the setting? In my opinion, in addition to the fact that the whole story has been explained in flashbacks and the positive description of the two generations of kings, the description of the absolute belief in the king's attitude by Princess Devasina, General Katapa, including the oppressed and enslaved people has added to the story. persuasive. In addition, the presentation effect of the big scenes in the movie is quite good, which highlights the heroism theme of resistance and victory.

The story is watchable and the scene is grand. I stayed up late on the first night of the National Day holiday to watch two episodes in a row. After watching it, I was still immersed in the atmosphere of the movie, so that I woke up the next day with a very warm-hearted feeling. With endless energy, all difficulties and obstacles are not a problem.

Recommended for people who feel bored and depressed in life.

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  • Jaren 2022-03-26 09:01:07

    Not only the plot is great, but the pictures are also very delicate, the music is moving, and the beauty is like a sword like a rainbow... We don't shoot as realistic as others, and we don't shoot as magical as other people's magic. Probably because our lives are so depressing that we don't even dare to dream happily in a movie......

  • Domenick 2022-04-24 07:01:13

    Impulsivity is the devil. So Baahubali is a story of a group of good-natured people who got together and were exploited by villains to cause bloodshed. A bunch of stupid people. Now, seeing the bloody murderers shudders, the so-called sense of honor of human beings is actually very cruel. The singing and dancing are not as good as (above). Bonus points for the muscular man at the end.

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]