SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali - The Beginning", which is touted to be India's biggest motion picture, has received a U/A certificate as well as rave reviews from the Censor Board.
Soon after its audio launch, it was rumoured that the makers of "Baahubali - The Beginning" had sent the final copy of its Telugu version to the Censor Board and it would soon clear the test with a U certificate. Now, the producers confirmed its censor certification on Monday, 22 June. On the official Twitter page of "Baahubali", the team tweeted, "Censor Done.. It's U/A. #Baahubali."
The officials of the Censor Board are very impressed with "Baahubali - The Beginning" and they have also praised SS Rajamouli and his team. The film is a revenge drama with an amazing screenplay. It is about a powerful king, who was killed by his greedy stepbrother as he wanted to usurp the throne.
Sources claim that the beginning of "Baahubali" is very interesting, but the film starts trailing after 15 minutes and this slow narration continues for the next 40 minutes. The rest of the film is sure to give you goosebumps until the end. The climax is extraordinary. Overall, the movie is a visual extravaganza.
The Censors are reportedly astonished by the amazing production values of "Baahubali - The Beginning" and they could not stop raving about its stunning visuals, wonderful soundtracks and background score, brilliant choreography of fight sequences and cinematography. They have also praised the sterling performances by all the lead actors.
The makers of the film are extremely happy with the Censors' positive reports and response for "Baahubali - The Beginning", starring Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty and Tamannaah in the lead roles. Now, they are busy with preparations for the grand worldwide release of the film, which is scheduled to release in over 4,000 screens across the globe on 10 July.