Directed byS. S. Rajamouli
Produced byShobu Yarlagadda
Prasad Devineni
Story byK. V. Vijayendra Prasad
Rana Daggubati
Ramya Krishnan
Anushka Shetty
Music byM. M. Keeravani
Production companyArka Media Works
Distributed byTelugu:
Arka Media Works
K Productions
Release date28 April 2017
Running time171 minutes (Telugu)
168 minutes (Tamil)
TamilBudget₹250 crore
Box officeest. ₹1708 crore
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Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (English: The One with Strong Arms: The Conclusion) is a 2017 Indian historical fiction film co-written and directed by S. S. Rajamouli.[6] The film was produced by Tollywood studio Arka Media Works. It is the continuation of (10 july 2015)Baahubali: The Beginning, taking place before and after the events of that film.[7] It was originally made in both Telugu and Tamil and dubbed into Hindi,MalayalamGermanFrenchJapanese andEnglish.[8] The film stars major actors from Tollywood industry with PrabhasAnushka ShettyRana Daggubati and Sathyaraj in lead roles. Initially, both parts were jointly produced on a budget of ₹250 crore (₹2.5 billion),[9][4] however, the budget of the second part was increased later. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has made a record of highest pre-release business with ₹500 crore (₹5 billion).[10]

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion  was premiered at the British Film Institute, and was theatrically released over 9000 screens worldwide on 28 April 2017. Baahubali 2was the first Telugu film to be released in 4K High Definition format. It is estimated that close to 200 screens are being upgraded to 4K projectors before the release date of the movie.

Baahubali 2 released to positive reviews from critics and surpassed the 2014 Hindi film PK, to become the highest grossing Indian film of all time, collecting approx ₹800 crore(US$120 million) worldwide within just six days of its release.[15] It became the first ever Indian film to gross over ₹1000 crore (US$155 million) in all languages, doing so in just ten days[16][17][18]



See also: Baahubali: The Beginning § Plot

Kattappa (Sathyaraj) continues to narrate how he ended up killing Amarendra Baahubali (Prabhas).

After vanquishing the Kalakeyas, Amarendra Baahubali is declared as the future king ofMahishmati and Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati) is declared as the commander-in-chief. Before the coronation, RajamathaSivagami (Ramya Krishnan) begins to look for a bride for Amarendra. She instructs Amarendra and Kattappa to tour the kingdom to understand its current state and its people.

Amarendra falls in love with Devasena (Anushka Shetty), a princess of the Kuntala kingdom (7.5 yojanas in the North fromMahishmati) and the sister of the king of Kuntala. Bhallaladeva learns of Amarendra's attempts to woo Devasena and hatches a plot to drive a wedge between Amarendra and Sivagami by asking for Devasena's hand in marriage for himself. Sivagami, unaware that Amarendra is in love with Devasena, promises Devasena's hand in marriage to Bhallaladeva.

Sivagami sends an emissary to the kingdom of Kuntala, who delivers the marriage proposal in a patronizing way. An insulted Devasena rejects the proposal with a scathing reply. Sivagami is enraged to hear Devasena's response and sends an order to Amarendra that Devasena be brought to Mahishmati as a captive.

The kingdom of Kuntala is attacked by Pindaris, a dacoit-like army. Amarendra, with the help of Devasena's maternal uncle, Kumara Varma (Subbaraju), is able to nullify the attack and save Kuntala. Amarendra reveals who he is, promises Devasena that he will protect her honor no matter what and convinces her to come with him to Mahismati as his future bride.

Upon reaching Mahismati, the misunderstanding comes to light. When Sivagami delivers an ultimatum to Amarendra that he must either chose the throne or Devasena, he chooses Devasena. Bhallaladeva is crowned king and Amarendra is made the new commander-in-chief. During the coronation ceremony the citizens of Mahishmati clearly display their preference for Amarendra over Bhallaladeva.

At Devasena's baby shower, Bhallaladeva relieves Amarendra of his duties as commander-in-chief so that Amarendra can be with his wife. Devasena immediately speaks out against the King's manipulation and the mute inaction of Sivagami. Due to further clashes, Devasena and Amarendra are banished from the Palace. Amarendra and Devasena live happily among the people. Bhallaladeva notices that to the people, Amarendra is their king, and hatches a plot with his father Bijjaladeva (Nassar) to convince Sivagami that Amarendra is trying to assassinate him. Sivagami, convinced that Bhallaladeva's life is under threat and open action would result in factions and civil war, orders Kattappa to assassinate Amarendra. Kattappa, bound by his word to serve the Queen, lures Amarendra by feigning he is in trouble, and then stabs him in the back and kills him.

Kattappa learns of Bhallaladeva's treachery and informs Sivagami. Devasena too arrives to learn of her husband's death with her son, in her arms. Sivagami announces the panicked hordes outside her palace that Amarendra is dead and the baby, Mahendra Baahubali, is the new King.

As Bhallaladeva and his men are about to seize the queen, she flees with baby Mahendra Baahubali. Devasena is taken prisoner for the next 25 years. The Kuntala Kingdom is destroyed completely by Bhallaladeva. The now ousted Kuntala King (Meka Ramakrishna), leads the rebel group that has indulged in guerrilla warfare against king Bhallaladeva.

After listening to the whole story, Mahendra Baahubali alias Shivudu (Prabhas) decides to avenge his father's death by raising his own army with the help of Kattappa and returns to Mahishmati along with Avantika (Tamannaah) and the people of the city. Bhallaladeva once again kidnaps Devasena and seals the palace, but Baahubali, ingenious like his father, manages to enter the palace to capture Bhallaladeva.

Bijjala Deva tries to brainwash Kattappa reminding him of his forefather's pledge of their allegiance to protect and defend the throne of Mahismati and their duty to be loyal to the king. Kattappa reminds him that Sivagami had declared Mahendra Baahubali king before her death 25 years back and hence his loyalties instead lie with the rightful king, Baahubali. Bhallaladeva is later defeated by Baahubali and burnt alive on a pyre prepared by Devasena. Ending the cruel regime of Bhallaladeva, Baahubali becomes the new King of Mahishmati with Avantika as his queen, declaring peace and harmony.

In the end credits, a child is heard asking an elder whether the son of Mahendra Baahubali will become the next king of Mahishmati. To which, the elder replies: "Who knows what Lord Shiva is planning!"


Main article: List of Baahubali characters

Prabhas as Amarendra Baahubali and Mahendra Baahubali alias Sivudu (Telugu) / Shivu (Tamil)Rana Daggubati as Bhallaladeva (Telugu) / Pallvalathevan (Tamil)Anushka Shetty as Yuvarani (Princess) Devasena (Telugu) / Thevasenai (Tamil)Ramya Krishnan as Rajamatha (Queen Mother) Sivagami (Telugu and Tamil)Sathyaraj as Kattappa (Telugu and Tamil), a slave and commander of the King's guardTamannaah as Avantika, a member of a rebel group who wants to free DevasenaNassar as Bijjaladeva (Telugu) / Pingalathevan (Tamil), father of BhallaladevaSubbaraju as Kumara Varma, brother-in-law of DevasenaPruthviraj Balireddy as Prime Minister of the Kunthala KingdomMeka Ramakrishna as Jaya Varma, the King of Kunthala and leader of the rebel groupRohini as Sanga, Sivudu's foster mother



Rajamouli's cousin M. M. Keeravanicomposed the music and background for the film.

Baahubali 2: The ConclusionSoundtrack album by M. M. KeeravaniReleased

26 March 2017 (Telugu)5 April 2017 (Hindi)9 April 2017 (Tamil)24 April 2017 (Malayalam)

Recorded2015GenreFeature Film SoundtrackLength

18:19 (TeluguTamilHindiMalayalam)


Lahari Music & T Series (Telugu &Tamil)Zee Music Company (Hindi)Manorama Music (Malayalam)

ProducerM. M. KeeravaniM. M. Keeravani chronologyOm Namo Venkatesaya
(2017)Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
(2017)Telugu track list[43]No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length1."Saahore Baahubali"K. Shivashakthi Datta, Dr. K. RamakrishnaDaler Mehndi,M. M. Keeravani, Mounima3:292."Hamsa Naava"Chaithanya PrasadSony,Deepu3:273."Kannaa Nidurinchara"M. M. KeeravaniT. Sreenidhi, V. Srisoumya4:564."Dandaalayyaa"M. M. KeeravaniKaala Bhairava3:315."Oka Praanam"M. M. KeeravaniKaala Bhairava2:56Total length:18:19

All lyrics written by Madhan Karky.

Tamil Track list[44]No.TitleSinger(s)Length1."Bale Bale Bale"Daler MehndiM. M. Keeravani, Mounima3:292."Orey Oar Ooril"Mohana,Deepu3:273."Kanna Nee Thoongadaa"Nayana Nair4:564."Vandhaai Ayya"Kaala Bhairava3:315."Oru Yaagam"Kaala Bhairava2:56Total length:18:19

All lyrics written by Manoj Muntashir.

Hindi Track list[45]No.TitleSinger(s)Length1."Jiyo Re Bahubali"Daler Mehndi,Sanjeev Chimmalgi , Ramya Behara3:292."Veeron Ke Veer Aa"Aditi Paul ,Deepu3:273."Soja Zara"Madhushree4:564."Jay Jaykara"Kailash Kher3:315."Shivam"Kaala Bhairava2:56Total length:18:19

All lyrics written by Mankombu Gopalakrishnan.

Malayalam Track list[46]No.TitleSinger(s)Length1."Bali Bali Bahubali"Yazin Nizar,Vijay Yesudas,Shweta Mohan3:292."Ore Oru Raja"Vijay Yesudas,Shweta Mohan3:273."Mukil Varna Mukunda"Shweta Mohan4:564."Arkum Tholkathe"Madhu Balakrishnan3:315."Oru Jeevan Bahuthayagam"M. M. Keeravani2:56Total length:18:19


Box office

See also: List of highest-grossing Indian films

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion on the first day of its release grossed ₹217 crore(US$34 million) worldwide which is the highest opening ever for an Indian film surpassing Kabali (₹87.5 crore(US$14 million)). Baahubali 2 set a new Indian record of Worldwide gross of about₹540 crore (US$84 million) in just 3 days. Baahubali 2 grossed US$81 million, third on the global box office list, during the opening weekend, including US$10.1 million in the United States alone, the highest-ever opening for an Indian film in the US.

It set a new record of highest ever domestic grosser in all languages in India grossing₹565 crore (US$88 million) in 5 days. It also became the highest grossing Indian film ever with worldwide gross of ₹792 crore in all languages in just six days. Baahubali 2became the first Indian film to worldwide gross in excess of ₹1,000 crore(US$160 million) in all languages. The film grossed over ₹1,250 crore(US$190 million) crores in all languages by the end of two weeks. After sixteen days, the film's global collection stood at₹1,330 crore (US$210 million). It grossed over ₹1,450 crore (US$230 million) by the end of nineteen days. It's worldwide gross crossed ₹1,500 crore (US$230 million) at the end of twenty one days. As of 21 May 2017, it's worldwide collection at box office stands at ₹1,565 crore (US$240 million).


In India, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion grossed ₹152.6 crore (US$24 million) on its first day of release in India from all four versions (Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi). By the end of the third day, the film had grossed ₹415 crore (US$64 million) in the domestic market. The film grossed₹695 crore (US$110 million) in India by the end of first week. The Hindi dubbed version of Baahubali 2 alone netted ₹386 crore(US$60 million) in India in two weeks. The Hindi version's distributor share after eleven days stands at ₹185 crore (US$29 million); the highest ever for a Hindi film, breaking the previous record of Dangal. Baahubali 2 grossed around ₹ 100 crore in Tamil Nadu and ₹ 50 crore in Kerala.


It collected around ₹60 crore (US$9.3 million) on its first day from the overseas markets with ₹30 crore (₹300 million) coming from the US, ₹16 crore (US$2.5 million) from the UAE and the rest from other markets. By the end of the third day, it collected ₹125 crore(US$19 million) from the overseas market with ₹64 crore (US$9.9 million) coming from the US alone. On 3 May 2017, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion became the highest grossing Indian film at the US box office with US$12.5 million, surpassing Dangal's gross of US$12.3 million.

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion became the first Indian film to cross $11.1 million in Middle -East -GCC- Gulf, surpassing Bajrangi Bhaijaan. As of 14 May 2017, the film has grossed US$19 million in the United States. By the end of 16 days of its release, the film's overseas gross stands at ₹240 crore(US$37 million).


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