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Baahubali: Crown of Blood Review: Outdated animation! Better to avoid

Baahubali: Crown of Blood Reaction Disney+ Hotstar

By Ayush VermaPublished about a month ago 3 min read
Baahubali Crown of Blood Review

Finally, an animated series named Bahubali: Crown of Blood has arrived on Disney Plus Hotstar, for which I have been waiting a lot. So how is this show? Does it deserve your time or not? Stay connected to know.

Well, Bahubali Crown of Blood is an animated show; the story shown here is before the incidents of Bahubali, so to know and understand everything, you will have to watch this show, of which currently two episodes have been streamed.

Now the remaining episodes will be released every Friday, so yes, once again, Disney Plus Hotstar has ruined a good show. Currently, the length of the episodes is around 20–25 minutes.

Look, Hotstar is never going to correct its mistakes, which means they have a very bad habit of not releasing the shows immediately but bringing them in installments, which completely spoils the real fun of watching a show.

I don't know when these people will understand this.

Hey Hotstar Team,

I love your platform and the awesome content you provide, but I’ve got to be honest—your release schedule is frustrating. Waiting for new episodes to drop in installments ruins the fun of watching a show. It’s like getting hooked on a story and then being forced to pause just when it gets good.

Most of us prefer to binge-watch at our own pace. Having to wait for each episode disrupts the flow and makes it hard to stay excited about a show. I hope you’ll consider releasing entire seasons at once like some of your competitors do. It would make the viewing experience so much better and keep us coming back for more.

Thanks for listening, and I hope you’ll take this into account!

Best,

Ayush

Baahubali: Crown of Blood Review

If I were to sum up Baahubali: Crown of Blood in one line, I’d say it’s quite promising so far. The show brings back beloved characters like Bahubali, Bhallaldeva, and Sivagami Devi in animated form. Honestly, the animation is decent—not exceptional, but not bad either.

Let me tell you, the animation of this show was designed by the same team that designed The Legend of Hanuman, which was amazing, and the animation here is completely lethargic. I mean, I felt as if I were watching an animated cartoon of Pogo or Nick, which we often see on TV.

Honestly, the animation in Baahubali: Crown of Blood feels outdated. Seriously, you will definitely feel this thing when you watch it; it means the fun has been completely spoiled. The characters are shown in a vectorized style, which is just average.

Even here, you get to see a replica of the characters like Bahubali and Bhallaldeva. Katappa is particularly disappointing; it has been designed in a very strange way.

If we focus on the story, then it also does not present anything new; the same tried and tested formula has been used here, but yes, the BGM is good, and the Hindi dubbing is also good, starting in the first two episodes.

Conclusion

Overall, the show did not seem up to par, and the way Hotstar is presenting it weekly was completely bad. If you don't have anything good to watch, then try it; otherwise, I would not suggest you watch this show.

Now let's see whether the show is good in the coming episodes or not, but for now, I do not recommend that you give your precious time to this show; you should watch Chhota Bheem, Doraemon, Oggy, and The Cockroaches, where at least you have a chance to get entertainment.

In terms of parental guidance, this show is absolutely family-friendly. You will not see any vulgarity or adult scenes while watching the show, nor will any strong language be used here.

So this was my review of the new show Bahubali Crown of Blood on Hotstar. If you watched it, you can tell me how you felt.

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