Considering the same genre of Magadheera and Baahubali, comparisons are on rage between the two films among movie buffs, in social networking sites. Though the trailer of Baahubali has got the greatest applause, there are people who still think Magadheera trailer cut was better than Baahubali.
Looking at how some enthusiasts are digging in the similarities
between the two proud products of Rajamouli, we can also say
Magadheera is the biggest threat for Baahubali,
more than any big film that is releasing along with Baahubali
We understand that Magadheera was the first of its kind from the
director as well in the industry and it is totally a surprise.
Also, the kind of impact and records it created can never be
forgotten. Hence drawing comparisons is obvious. But expecting
Baahubali to be completely out of the box is creating a
great trouble for the film.
When two periodical films were made by the same director and
almost same crew, a little similarities might be there, but do you
think it is fair enough to conclude it as nothing new just by
watching the trailer?
Have a look at the slides to find the comparisons drawn between
both the films and let us know your take on it.
The comparisons between Prabhas and Ram Charan among fan groups
were high. Voice, diction, look personality and skills were all
Magadheera trailer was high on emotion whereas Baahubali trailer
limited itself to showcase its grandeur.
Both the trailers features the aerial shots of its kingdoms to
register its grand vfx work used in the films. Baahubali wins
brownie points considering its quality.
The framing and the shots used for both the films, seemingly
similar but the kind of impact Magadheera trailer created did not
work with Baahubali, may be because the expectations were par
Look of the Main Men
Armour, helmet and the whole look of Charan, Rana and Prabhas
were being compared since they are very similar.
War set up and the large number of junior artists used to shoot
the scenes were also similar in the both films. However, Baahubali
is much big when compared to Magadheera.