On 17-Mar-2017 In Entertainment
Nation's biggest blockbuster of all times is coming back next month and is set to break all the records yet another time. The response on the trailer of Baahubali 2 is impeccable and as of the current scenario, it only seems to get better and better. Two years ago we were left hanging on a cliff with the question which left us dumbstruck- "Why did Kattappa kill Baahubali?". But friends we might not really have to wait for the movie as the trailer has certain scenes that have the truth within and which you would have missed.These few glimpses tell us what new turns we would observe in the final part of the Bahubali franchise.
In this scene, if and only if this is the hand of Rajmata Shivgaami, it implies that she is making some kind of vow over the death of Amarendra Baahubali. What can that vow be? Is it a promise to protect his kingdom?
As far as my understanding, every turn in this sequel is based on two plots, the head-to-head competition between Bhallaladeva and Baahubali, which results in dirty politics and the love story of the Devasena and Baahubali.
In the first part of the franchise, we got to know that Devsena belonged to the same tribe of which Avantika (Tamannah) was a part of. We saw how Avantika and her whole tribe's only objective was to free Devsena from the grip of Bhallaladeva and Bijjaladeva.
Isn't it really predictable that Baahubali, the king of the Maheshmati would have to go through many sacrifices for his love story to have a positive end as he falls for a girl who belongs to a rural tribe? Did the society around them accept this unusual phenomenon?
From the first part of the series, we came to know that Amarendra Bahubali falls in love with a tribes girl, Devsena. And clearly from other shots, this saree belongs to Rajmata Shivgaami, so does this scene depict that Devsena fights her way through (because of those blood spill on her hand) to win the heart of her mother-in-law?
Because of the intense background score, this sword sliding scene with trails of blood behind seems to the scene after which Kattappa kills Amarendra Bahubali.
In this scene, Amarendra Baahubali while being injured, turns to Kattappa and says, "When Mama is around nobody can touch the king".
But what might be the reason for this act by the beloved uncle?
This particular scene seems to be really head-twisting. Bijjaladeva, the father of Bhallaladeva and husband of Rajmata Shivgaami seemed like a man with brains and wit but no physical strength as such. But this scene might crush all such myths.
Yes, Shivgaami announces it loud, the name of Mahendra Baahubali, and if I am not wrong that's the son of Amarendra Bahubali. This lands us into a heavy confusion regarding the storyline because if Shivgaami is cherishing the birth of Shivudu, that means she was in the favor of Amarendra and Devsena's love story. But if she was not, then why is she raising the baby so high? To drop him?
As this twists every frame in our mind, these two images are the real ambiguities. Was Kattappa kneeling in front of Bahubali and then stabbed him (this means betrayal), or did he stabbed Bahubali first and then kneeled for an apology or in the honor of Bahubali (this means that he did this to follow some orders against his will)?