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Bharat Ane Nenu – Movie review

Bharat Ram (Mahesh Babu) raised in London by his Uncle returns to his home town upon hearing his sudden demise of his father. Upon his arrival he is forced to take his father’s place who was the Chief Minister of the state. Not knowing what he is stepping into, Bharath takes up this as a challenge and to retain the legacy of his father. Rest of the story is how Bharath brings changes in society and what hurdles he faces on his way.

After his flop in Spyder Mahesh Babu returns with one of best performance till date in this film, this political drama directed by Kortala Siva makes sure of that. Though the movie starts slow it picks up speed towards the first half. Mahesh Babu clearly takes command with decent screenplay and great BGM by Devi sree Prasad elevates the film throughout. Prakash Raj does what he does best , Kiara Advani makes a good debut through this film. Stunts scenes where well choreographed, followed by typical songs sequences. The length of the film is the only flaw as it becomes slow and dull in the second half and produces a very predictable ending. I give it 6/10

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Posted by on May 3, 2018 in Movie Review


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Duvvada jagannadham (DJ) – Movie Review

Duvvada Jagannatham (Allu Arjun) as a young boy coming from a orthodox Brahmin family, is brought up in the ahimsa way. But Jagannatham wants to fight against injustice which happens around him. He joins hands with a cop (Murali Sharma) and becomes a vigilante called DJ and hunts bad elements in society. He comes across his worst opponent Royalla Naidu ( Rao Ramesh) a huge business who is also secretly behind a huge real estate scam which is draining people’s money. What happens when both of them meet is the rest of the story.
DJ doesn’t offer anything new in the story segment, but has enough mass scenes and dance moves to entertain the audience through the film. Allu Arjun does well in his tailor made character, and carries the film on his shoulder through out. Pooja hegde looks great and gives a decent performance. The whole gives a decent performance and stick to their role . Music and songs a plus and fulfils every Allu Arjun’s fans. The second half might look a tad slow but catches up and ends well. Though with a old story and a predictable screenplay, DJ still manages to entertain the audience. The movie gets 5/10




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Posted by on June 25, 2017 in Movie Review


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