Baahubali 2: The End - God is with the King

Chaz 2022-04-22 07:01:32

I heard that this film is the highest-grossing film in Indian history, surpassing the highest-grossing "Wrestle! Dad" in China, and big data shows that most of the box-office contributors are Indians. As we all know, India is one of the four world-famous ancient countries, but unfortunately, the Indian culture, like the Babylonian culture, does not even leave the buildings with feelings. There seems to be only one "Ashoka" made many years ago about the history of India. King Ashoka was the greatest king in the history of India. He was brave and good at fighting when he was young, and devoutly converted to religion when he was old. Religion still deeply influences every Indian to this day. "Baahubali", an epic movie, I deliberately googled this movie and found that Baahubali is a fictional character. In the movie, except for the religious part, most of the palace images and characterizations are overhead. After watching the second part and then watching the first part, it doesn't seem to affect the story. It's really majestic. I like the dead king very much. The son part feels weaker. The actress roles in the movie are really not for nothing, I am delighted. In the face of the enemy, the one who kills more people is a good soldier, and the one who saves more people is the king and the god. Kindness is the more important quality than anything else. The second story was average, and it was deleted a lot by radio and television, barely affecting the viewing. Indian epic hero film, really not bad. Indians' belief in gods is really respectable. Although it is a virtual story, it satisfies the deepest desire of Indians to a certain extent. Perhaps this is why it is currently the favorite movie of Indians. The omnipotent monarch, the incarnation of the gods, is people-oriented, just, and fraternity. Very Indian-style movie~ Thinking about why Indians love this movie so much, I think not only because of the magnificent special effects, but probably more because Baahubali represents their dream. They hope that in an unfair society, there is such a king. He is the messenger of gods in the world, he is fraternity, he is fair, and everything he does is to make the world a better place. Perhaps, rather than lashing out at real social problems, it is far better to tell us what our dream world should look like. 2018-05-21 16:21

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Extended Reading
  • Drake 2021-12-21 08:01:03

    The story and scenes are much better than the last episode, but neither Gong Dou nor Infernal Affairs is naive. The scenes of the decisive battle have all kinds of openings and hangings, and the imagination is comparable to "Robot Love". The spacecraft returned to the palace is very beautiful. It's a pity that the amazing female warrior in the previous episode has completely turned into a dragon suit this time, probably because his mother's role as an iron lady is already prominent enough.

  • Elroy 2021-12-21 08:01:03

    It was only after watching the second part that I fully understood the plot of the first part, and the connection was very good. Although the war scenes were not as shocking as the first part, they did better in the development of the plot, emotional catharsis, and fantasy scenes, and watched more enjoyable. But in the final analysis, Baahubali is still a two-pointed stalk (reincarnation) and a pattern of vengeance + love that Indians love to use, but the detailed packaging and complete production accomplish everything, and it is not planned by Hollywood. combine.

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]