Finale to the greatest love and revenge of the universe over three generations; from grandfather, father to son.
|Director||S. S. Rajamouli|
|Cast||Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Ramya Krishnan, Subbaraju|
Sequel to "The Beginning". In Mahishmati, a lively kingdom of India from long, long ago. Shivudu who learns that he is the son of legendary hero Baahubali hears of the tragedy of his father's loss of the throne, from his father's vassal Kattappa. Amarendra Baahubali, announced the next king by Queen Mother Shivagami, hides his identity to go on a journey to inspect what is to become his own kingdom. He falls in love with princess Devasena of Kuntala Kingdom, but is forced apart from her by Bhallaladeva, who had lost the right to succession and began to plot against him. Shivudu fights against the tyrant Bhallaladeva had become, after learning the truth.
Grossing over 300 billion yen worldwide, the film surpassed its predecessor which had stood the highest grossing film in India. Enjoy the new mythology, based on ancient Indian epic poetry "Mahabharata", from S. S. Rajamouli, the genius of Indian cinema, works including "Eega" ('12).
S. S. Rajamouli started as a director of soap operas, and made a record hit with his feature starring Jr. NTR not long after his directorial debut. Since then, he has been making entertainment blockbusters starring major actors. “Eega” ('12), an action comedy where a young man has been reincarnated into a fly that fights to protect his love, and “Maryada Ramanna” ('10), a South Indian film which portrays the happiness and miseries of life with music and dance typical to Indian cinema, have been screened in Japan. His duology "Baahubali" has a box office gross of approximately 418 billion yen, making Rajamouli truly a star director of the Telugu film industry.