4 elements that attracted world towards the world of Baahubali

4 elements that attracted world towards the world of Baahubali

With the entire world all set preparing the arrival of Baahubali – The Conclusion, it is raising the bars of expectations and excitements to a much bigger level. Everyone is relentlessly coming up with their own assumptions on what this film could be all about and there are so much appealing moments in the second part. Moreover, SS Rajamouli has affirmed that there is much more drama in the second installment as the first part was incisively focalizing much upon the establishment of characters.

Well, with just not more than 48 hours left for the worldwide release of Baahubali – The Conclusion, it’s time to revisit the beginning before we get ourselves embraced up with the conclusion, which would be more appealing and many times greater and grandeur than the first part.

We bring you an exclusive look into four elements that instantly made everyone beyond the boundaries and language barriers like the movie.

4. RAMYA KRISHNAN CARRYING THE BABY BAAHUBALI RESEMBLING MOSES IN EXODUS AND KARNAN IN MAHABHARATA

This was the first and foremost attraction that instantly pulled everyone’s attention. The hands of Ramya Krishnan carrying Baahubali over the rushing rivers faintly reminded us off the same scenario we saw in Old Testament in Holy Bible where Moses as a baby was left in the basket across the rivers. Similarly, it was all the same in Mahabharatha with the birth of Karnan. This was later inspired by Maniratnam for the characterization of Rajinikanth in Thalapathy.

3. WOMEN – THE MEDIUM OF SELF-DISCOVERY FOR MEN

It happens in most of the times in reality and films, where women are considered as the medium of bringing men from illusion to reality either through painful journey or lessons. Over here, we see that Tamannaah appears as a ghostly apparition, where Prabhas keeps chasing her across the hills and rivers pledging his life. Finally, he meets his destination and self discovers his own identity.

2. A MOTHER’S VOW NEVER FAILS

A mother’s strong faith might sometimes look blind, but it will never turn out to be a disappointment. Over here, we see Anushka Shetty keeping her vengeance hidden and she says, there would be a day when the evil will be demolished and yes, it happens with Prabhas wildly getting the battle ground ready.

1. (D)EVIL HAS TO BE GLAMOROUS

This is one big illusionary assumption, where the Devil is always disguised in mask of beauty. Well, Rana Daggubati is highly desired by every men and women out here in the cinema halls. Of course, the mass crowds have gained such a belief that Evil and Devil should be more powerful and more stunning that the good. Of course, Rana Daggubati stands out to be an exotically illustration exemplification.