Balakrishnudu Movie Review
THE HANS INDIA |
Nov 24,2017 , 02:22 PM IST
Young hero Nara Rohit has come up with an interesting film Balakrishnudu at the theatres. The film released today and opened to a positive buzz. The actor has been showing different variations in the script selection from the beginning of his career and finally, he has now come up with an impressive commercial potboiler at the box office. Balakrishnudu is tipped to be a commercial entertainer with a lot of action elements. Pavan Mallela is a new director making his directional debut. Let us check out the review of the film here.
Bhanumathi Devi (Ramya Krishna) has rivalry with Prathap Reddy (Ajay). Prathap Reddy is aiming to kill Aadhya (Regina) who is the niece of Bhanumathi but on other side Bhanumathi Devi takes care of Aadhya and appoints Balu (Nara Rohit) as a protector and guard for Aadhya. What happens then? Did Prathap Reddy become successful in killing Aadhya? How did Balu save Aadhya forms the rest of the story?
Nara Rohit has changed a lot for this film. He has undergone a different physical transformation which is a worth of it. This is the first time that he has acted in a commercial film and he has impressed everyone. Ramya Krishna played her part as Bhanumathi Devi very well and has come up with a decent performance. Regina was on board for glamour purpose and she fulfilled the same. Ajay has got a regular role but he tried to make his mark felt. Prithvi's comedy worked in parts and all the other actors have done their best.
Technically the film is very grand. The production values are very nice. Though this is a first film for the director, he impressed everyone with his unique taking. Vijay C Kumar's camera work is going to be a highlight in the film. Mani Sharma's music has come out well and he impressed with his background score. Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is good with his editing skills. All the other elements have worked well and technically the film came out nicely.
The film has a routine story and we do not find anything new but still, the director has tried to present it in a different manner and made us stuck to the film. The director took a lot of care in comedy which worked well in the theatres. There are all the commercial elements in the required proportion and it helped the film attract maximum crowds. The comedy between Prudhvi and Nara Rohit has worked well in the movie. Though the film appears dragged at certain points, it pulls up the pace immediately. The emotional scenes and especially the scenes towards the climax have worked well in the film.
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