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The Pirate’s Daughter | Episode 9 of Baahubali: The Lost Legends (Season 2) Animation Series | Views and Reviews

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Today we will discuss about the 9th episode of Baahubali: The Lost Legends Season 2. It is a TV Show which you can watch at Amazon Prime.

TV Serial : Baahubali – The Lost Legends
Season : Season 2
16 February, 2018
Episode # : 9
Episode Title : The Pirate’s Daughter
Originally published : 16 February, 2018
Animation Directors : Deepak S. Jadhav, Ashwin Pande
Creative Director : Sanajeev Tamang
Based on : Bahubali, created by
Executive Producers : S. S. Rajamouli, Sharad Devrajan, Shobu Yarlagadda, Prasad Devineni, Jeevan J. Kang, Narendra Deshpande, Ashwin Pande
Co-Producer : Arun Roshan Jacob
Story by : , , ,
Screenplay :
Original Music created by : Kaala Bhairava
Production companies: : Graphic India, Arka Mediaworks
Voice Artists : Viraj Adhav (Baahubali), Manoj Pandey (Bhallaladeva), Samay Thakkar (Katappa), Harsh (Bhijalladeva), Samriddhi Shukla (Aayesha), Ghanshyam Shukla (Sailor), Anil Dutt (Kaala Khanjar), Rajesh Shukla (Dhananjay), Samriddhi Shukla (Captain Jayadev), Asif Ali Beg (Raaza), Anamay Verma (Raaza’s Pirate 1), Ish Thakkar (Aakaanksh), Aditya Raj Sharma (Pirate 1), Aditya Raaj (Pirate 2), Mukesh Pandey (Guard 1), Ghanshyam Shukla (Guard 2), and others…

Obviously, the episode moves forward the story from where it left in the previous episode. Here are quick links to the previous episodes of Season 2, in case, you didn’t get a chance to read them yet.

This Is Here In For You

Book Plot:

Let us take a bird’s eye view of the plot of the episode.

Things are often found different than what they seem to be! As we know that Baahubali and Katappa were in the disguise of Aryan and Heera respectively. The pirates don’t know their true identity so far. When they reached the island, they meet the crew members of the missing ship. And, as expected, those crew members, being the citizens of Mahishmati recognize Baahubali and Katappa both!

So, will they support Baahubali and Katappa as they came to rescue the ship and the crew, and of course, bring back the weapons with them?

The obvious answer is “Yes”. But, as said earlier, everything is not what it seems to be. After knowing the real identity of the guests, Ayesha became furious and wanted to kill them right away. Kaala Khanjar was as calm as he was! He revealed that he knew the real identity and the motive of Baahubali and Katappa, since when they met for the first time!

There are a lot more experiences awaiting for Baahubali on the island. And each of them are unexpected. And, they are better to witness by watching this episode.

Views And Reviews:

The episode conveys a lot of lessons. Let me list some of them here, while trying to avoid as many spoilers as possible.

Anger – is the biggest enemy one can befriend with. It holds the power to eventually destruct oneself and even his/her loved ones or people somehow related to him/her. And when you are in the position of power, you are responsible for the well being of many. So, be wise enough to not let anger take over you.

Humanity – is the best quality one can possess. Be reasonable when you have power to take decision on behalf of the mass. Sometimes, you need to choose between material gain and the well being of people. Though, material gain seems the better option to go for, the right choice will always be the well being of people.

Ignorance – is said to be the night of might without stars and moon. Never let the people feel that they are abandoned. If you let someone feel abandoned by you, eventually, he/she will abandon you.

Independence – is the birthright of everyone. When you treat people as you slave, you are bounding their bodies, but you cannot bind their spirit. Later on, you may need to pay the price for the same which you may not afford.

Right – is always right, and, ultimately you need to stand with the right decisions and right people.

Friendship – is the best relation one can have. It is probably the only relation which you chose consciously. The blood relations are not in your hand, they are purely coincidental which you may or may not want to remain loyal to. Make sure to not to reveal all your secrets, as eventually, a vulnerable person knowing your secret can be the best weapon your enemy can possess.

As you can see, the episode conveys a lot of good messages or life-lessons, the content of the episode is first rate. The storytellers came up with a story with a substance. It not only entertains, but has lot of better stuff for you to pay attention to. The dialogs are very thoughtful. They are simple and explores the day to day language. There are few words which are taken from the modern world and doesn’t go in sync with the time explored in the story, you can however ignore small mistakes.

The Baahubali movie series is known for the grand scale, larger than the life characters and visual splendours. While there are some scenes, like the view of the island from the top of the watching tower setup on a rock, the duals, the voyage of the ship through the sea, etc. are of fantastic quality; there are many misses. For example, the gestures of all the characters while they are walking look amateurish. You can say such stuff for many animations. So, if the makers have paid more attention to the animation quality, it could have been much better experience.

At the same time, the smaller details are taken good care of. Be it wardrobe elements, or the jungles or the interior or exterior of other prominent places. The characters are explored quite effectively without any gender bias.

The voice over artists are the real heroes, as they need to make alive the lifeless animated characters and need to act through their voices. All of them are convincing and does their job with honesty.

The background music, as with all the other episodes of this TV Series we have reviewed so far, is in complete sync. It multifolds the impact of respective scene(s).


Overall, there are more hits than the misses. Definitely a worth watching episode.

Watch out for our views for the next episode of the second season.

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