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Because it is his duty to follow the orders of his king. As being Army Commander, it was his duty to follow the orders of his king, who apparently was Bhallaldeva. This is one of traits of Baahubali that he obeys rules of Maahismati without hesitation which we have seen throughout both movies and he also took oath over it. Therefore, he is just doing his ...


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I wanna know which inspired from which To my knowledge, neither. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, King Arthur and even the 1963 Disney movie The Sword in the Stone, 2008 TV series Merlin and 2004 Japanese Visual Novel Fate/Stay Night take inspirations from the The Legend of King Arthur, otherwise known as the Arthurian legend. According to the wikipedia ...


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There are few things we have to consider. Baahubali is not banished from the Kingdom but only from the palace. We should remember that Amarendra Baahubali and his wife Devasena were not banished from Maahishmati Kingdom. He was banished from the palace. By this punishment it means that he has permission to live in Mahishmati kingdom but should not live in ...


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I want to know who are those attackers? They are Kalakeya, who Amrendra and Bhallaldeva fought war with in last movie. Their leader was the brother of Kalkeya chief who apparently was killed by Bhallaldeva in last movie. This role was played by Charandeep. According to this, this and this, Charandeeep will be playing a full-length character in Part 2, ...


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He might have a role in the second as well, But the possible reason was the lack of screen time which is why he has no role in second movie. The movie has runtime of 168 minutes (171 for Tamil), of which around 130 minutes was taken by story of Amrendra Baahubali. Since the fight sequence between Mahendra Baahubali and Bhallaldeva was important part to ...


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You might be mixing up some plot elements here. Obviously, Kattappa is bound to serve the throne. Killing or executing someone is the power that Rajmatha Shivagami had. Therefore, he killed Amrendra. When Shivagami declared Mahendra as new king, Kattappa was bound to serve Mahendra, but Bhallaldeva attacked his mother with an arrow and she fell into water. ...


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Previously there were plans about Baahubali 3 But now they are all shelved. From Indiatoday: "We are done with the story of Baahubali, there cannot be a third part. But the world and the legacy of Baahubali will live on through a comic series and a TV series," Prabhas told PTI. As Prabhas said the franchise will still continue with comic and a web ...


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Kunthala kingdom is occupied by Mahishmathi king Baahubali during his ruling time as king. So Kunthala kingdom also belongs to the one who is ruling Mahishmathi. Now since Bhallaladeva was the king and Baahubali was banned from the kingdom, it means he is banned from every area that comes under the control of the ruler. So Baahubali is not left with Kunthala ...


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Both the reasons you gave seem valid but second reason looks more appropriate. Mahendra Bahubali got his power (both physically and mentally) from his father Amarendra Bahubali. Here are some reasons why Mahendra Bahubali's personality is exactly same as his father Amarendra Bahubali which is due to genes. This strongly suggests that he is same as his ...


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This scene was intended to show the skill of Baahubali in warfare and how Baahubali could outmatch the speed of soldiers' of Kuntala kingdom in war. He was very fast in fighting war. This leaves Devasena in astonishment. To depict this, the director and the cinematographer chose to show Baahubali like a lightning speed. When someone moves very fast, it is ...


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Because He is Baahubali. He was trained in all the skills from his childhood. He knows everything in warfare and his entire family has superpowers. Even his cousin brother can kill a big Bison in one punch.


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