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Cast:Sai Dharam Tej, Rashi Khanna, Rajendra Prasad, Kabir Singh, Sai Kumar, and Michael Gandhi.
Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Arts
Story, Screenplay and Direction:Anil Ravipudi
Release Date:05 May 2016
People village lead their lives by cultivating huge land belonging to Jagruti Trust. An evil person Vikram Sarkar (Kabir Khan) eyes that land and want them by illegal means. His goal gets difficult as people belonging to the trust are still alive. Balu (Sai Dharam Tej) who does not belong to the trust in anyway saves the life of a kid (Michael Gandhi) from the clutches of Vikram Sarkar. Who is this kid and how is Balu related to him? Answers to be found on screen. (Supreme Review And Rating)
The two main characters of hero and the kid are the soul of the film. Michael Gandhi who played the role of a boy named Rajan stole the hearts with his cute Telugu and rendered a superb performance. Sai Dharam Tej was his usual self and was super energetic. He was at ease in the role of a taxi driver. Raasi Khanna as Bellam Sridevi did a comic role for the first time and though looked a bit heavy at places did justice to her role. She provided the required oomph factor. Kabir as the stylish villain and Ravi Sanker as the comic villain were well placed. Ragubabu, Vennela Kishore, Pridvhi, Prabhas Sreenu, Seshu did well in comic roles. Rajendra Prasad, Sai Kumar, Satyam Rajesh and Tanikella Bharani did justice to their roles.
Sai Sriram cinematography is a big plus to the film. Some scenes were very lavish on screen. His work will be seen in the chase sequence that comes in the second half. Some dialogues, especially the one that describes Ramayanam are good. Music by Sai Kartheek is just okay. Andam Indolam and Anjaneyudu nee Vaade are good. RR is okay. Editing can be crisp. Editing is done without boring audience. Productions are on par with other works of Dil Raju. Screen play and dialogues of Anil Ravipudi are a big plus.
Though the movie is of a routine story where the antagonist is after the lands of a village and can go to any extent to secure them and the people of village fighting for their rights, the director was successful in telling the story with a different screenplay and full of comedy. Especially, the comedy between Pridhvi and Prabhas Sreenu is superb. Payasam scene in the first half was also good. Sai Dharam Tej has chosen entertainer genre once again as it suits his body language. Director also stuck to his strengths of comedy. Hero characterization, kid's performance and comedy stood out in the movie. Heroine Raasi also does plentiful of rib tickling scenes. There are many scenes where the hero uses the image of his uncles. The main minus of the film is of no suspense factor as it is revealed in the beginning itself. If leave out our logical brains and some glitches, this is a movie to have some laughs. (Supreme Review And Rating)
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