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One of the best satisfying Telugu movie I’ve ever watched. A terrifically written and executed realistic life drama, portraying four love stories of four different stages of life, while handling themes of life unpredictability, love, gender, caste, religion and relationships in a matured manner. It takes its own sweet time to setup its world of characters, but each one get established in a pure, rooted and powerful way, with every emotion striking the right chord. The subplots get engagingly narrated…
The romantic drama rides heavily on the charm and comic timing of Nani and he doesn’t disappoint one bit. He is as lovable and delivers a show stealing performance. But beyond him, the storyline is pretty much routine and both heroines fail to make much impact. It has got a few interesting moments here n there, but ends up an average watch as a whole.
Though the historical war-romance epic wasn’t mind blowing as excepted, its still a solid grand spectacle with flaws. At 85, Ridley Scott and his passionate energy is just jaw dropping. The craft, production design, action set pieces, visuals and performances were top notch. Special mention to the pounding cannon ball sound design. Am not aware much of the exacts of historical accuracies, so no comments on it.
We get remarkably brutal yet poetic battle sequences on one side and the volatile…
With father-son bonding and cricket at its core, Gowtham Tinnanuri weaves a beautiful heartwarming emotional story of redemption. Nani is simply outstanding, delivering one of his career best performance. His portions with Shaddha Srinath were impressively written and conceived. Rest of the cast were good too. Anirudh lifts up the spirit with his terrific songs and background score. The train sequence and the climax move you deeply and leave you with happy tears. One of the best sports drama in recent times. Highly Recommended.