These 10 silly mistakes in ‘Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion’ we bet you didn’t notice!

Filmmaker S S Rajamouli’s “Baahubali: The Conclusion” has turned out to be the biggest hit in the history of Indian Cinema. The magnum opus has gone on to become the first Indian film to cross the mark of whopping Rs 1500 crore.
The movie stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia, Ramya Krishnan and Sathyaraj in the lead roles. While everyone who has seen the film can’t stop praising it, we are sure you didn’t notice few mistakes in the ‘Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion’.
In the first scene you can see the cloth on the elephant is red. Whereas in the next scene only, it becomes yellow.
In this scene, you can see their are arrows behind Baahubali, but suddenly in the next scene it disappeared. How?


In one of the sequences in the climax, it is shown that Baahubali and his team of fighters take the help of the shield and enter Maahishmati. Well, in the next sequence when the fight is going on one of the shield is seen clearly, but has no handle. How did they manage to hold the shield?
In the first scene this man is standing behind this woman. However, in the next scene his position changed. How?
In the first scene you can see their are 4 girls standing behind Devsena, but in the next scene only 3 girls are standing. So, where is the fourth one?
Here you can see their are many arrows are seen behind Devsena and Baahubali. But, suddenly in the next scene it didn’t reduce even after killing numerous militants during the Pindari attack.
When Bahubali was killed by Kattappa, there was a stone on which Prashak sat. Whereas in the poster of the first part there is no stone, but a dead body looks. When Bahubali was taking the last breath, the stone disappears.


In this scene, we can see lots of blood at Baahubali’s chest. But in the next scene, there is no blood.
When Baahubali jumps he has nothing at his back. However, when he falls from the building a box magically appears at his back.
This scene clears shows that there are no men around Baahubali. So how lots of people appeared instantly to protect him?
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