In one of the film's most intense scenes, Golconda High School's suave, frank English-speaking French-bearded cricket coach explains to his team that machismo is not about slapping your thigh, twirling your mustache and roaring bloody murder. Principal Viswanath Tanikella Bharani opposes to that proposal vehemently. It is an idealistic and inspiring character. He made sure that he has stuck to the sensibilities while directing the movie. Golconda High School wins the championship for the first time in 15 years, and the cricket ground is saved.
Lyrics and music in Jaagore Jaago is inspiring. Playing a well-dressed teacher who has the hots for the sports coach is something that any actress could have been made to do, and the teenagish Swathi hardly looks the part. Dialogues by Mohan Krishna are good. But then, its flaws pull it down to the realm of entertainment as ordinary as a lot of other options. Siddanth too eventually follows suit. The screenplay should have been more tight.
Can he truly mould them into a champion unit? Towards the end of the game, the frustrated Siddanth deserts his losing team. It stars and in the lead roles. The team advance to the finals of the championship — the final match being against the very strong Everglades team. Cinematography by Senthil Kumar is an asset. The kids gave a splendid performance and I personally liked Goutham, Siddanth, Ramesh and Michael.
In all his earlier movies, Shafi used to dominate the character. Santosh and Sangeet both of them are sons of late director Sobhan Babu have acted as Gowtam and Varun. Mohana Krishna Indraganti has simplified the story enough to suit the big screen. The team advance to the finals of the championship—the final match being against the very strong Everglades team. Despite trying to get under Sampath's skin, they fail to persuade their coach to change his methods. Where this could have been a high-decibel inspirational tale of a pack of difficult kids being mentored towards realizing their true potential, the makers choose to go quiet on most fronts.
Here, he plays a part that needs an actor more than a star, and Sumanth is that rare face that can effectively - and quietly - pull off the role of the soft-spoken yet tough-speaking mentor. After Godavari, I liked him in this movie and he performed his role well. Kireet then asks the principal to show results if he wants to retain playground. During the break, Viswanath, coming to know of the misunderstanding between coach and team, and tells the boys exactly what had happened between Sampath and Sundar almost 15 years ago. Sumanth is the right choice for this movie. The better parts of the flick are the performances and the slick urban dialogue.
Tanikella Bharani is in a simple avuncular role, Subbaraju is good in his exaggerated villain part, and Shafi deals well with his comical bad-humoured teacher role. Tollywood Young Combination Sumanth and Swathi New Telugu Movie Golkonda High School Trailer. They proved to be the best players on the field in the movie. When Sampath refuses to reveal his personal history with Sundar, they start doubting Sampath and lose focus, letting their opponents amass over 190 runs in 20 overs. It is indeed a good movie and as Saradhi mentioned, it is a must watch for subtle movie lovers.
The movie is based on the book The Men Within, written by Hari Mohan Paruvu. The music is interesting, and the few songs don't break the pace of the narrative much, except for the romantic number. Later, after Sampath helps remove a police case against another student, Mikey, they realize his compassionate nature and embrace his coaching entirely. Boards Trustee Kireeet Subbaraju comes up with a proposal of turning the playground into a coaching center. The credit for this movie should go to him. When he gets a chance to return to his alma mater, Golconda High School as the cricket coach in order to transform their lack-lustre team into a championship winning squad, the challenge sparks new meaning in his life.
Farooq who played the role of Micky is genuine and effective. At the same time, the entertainment quotient is intact. Inspiring and insightful, this youthful sports drama follows the fluctuating fortunes in the life of Sampath, a talented man who has seemingly failed in life. Because of the freedom given by the producer, Mohan Krishna Indraganti could able to come with a neat product. The visuals are surprisingly dull and second-rate. Analysis: Ram Mohan Art Beat Capital who produced comedy like Ashta Chemma as his first venture made a brave decision when wanted to make an idealistic and inspiring sports-based movie. Title Performer s Length 1.
Although it is very difficult to explain this in just 2 hours movie, director did a commendable job. Gowtham subsequently takes over captaincy and the students manage to tie the game when Sampath purposely gets bowled out in the last over. The students get very impressed with Sampath's cricketing prowess and decide to follow his coaching despite Siddanth's opposition. . Towards the end of the game, the frustrated Siddanth deserts his losing team.
Subaraju has a towering screen presence and he proves again his capability as an actor with this movie. Unfortunately, the movie faces a real threat from the very things that the scene sneers at - the stuff that sees crowds actually thronging theatres. Swathi, like we said, has very little to do. One should appreciate his courage and approach. Will he succeed in earning the respect of indisciplined and rebellious youngsters? When Sampath refuses to reveal his personal history with Sundar, they start doubting Sampath and lose focus, letting their opponents amass over 190 runs in 20 overs. But the all the students are perfectly cast.