Krish is one of the very few directors in current generation who makes sensible thought provoking movies. Soon enough, Babu earns the wrath of Reddyappa Milind. Over all one of the best Telugu movies ever and easily the best Telugu movie this year. Vedam is a similar tale of self-discovery of five underdogs - a rock star, prostitute, cable guy and a terrorist. There are sensible scenes and a few great dialogues.
Also, Posani - who'd have thought he would be such a delight to watch? The basic plot has all commercial ingredients at the right places. You have everything you expect from Krish in this film. However, Babu comes off the stage to attack Chakravarthy the real Reddappa, because Babu thinks he is Chakravarthy and Reddappa the real Chakravarthy, because he destroyed the village. It is revealed that Reddappa and Chakravarthy were friends in the past who are foes now. Akin to his previous films, Krish takes the effort to successfully mix two different burning problems into the narrative of the film. What makes me wonder is that why do we still believe in songs when the real hero of a film is the script, but not the actors in it. But his grandfather wants him to stay back and stage one last play in Bellary theatre festival.
Krish should definitely be commended for the effort made to portray the essence of Bhagavad-Gita; the movie has a subtle message and is thought provoking. Babu is injured but manages to fight Reddappa the real Chakravarthy , while the real Reddappa kills all of Chakravarthy's men as revenge. There, one of Babu's troupe members has an altercation with Reddappa's right-hand man, Saida, who cuts his tongue and urinates on Subrahmanyam's ashes. How family Audience receive this flick is awaited. No point, then, in carping about how Krish, the rather acclaimed writer-director who gave us mostly unadulterated socially-conscious films - and - has now chosen to peddle a movie rather than launch a social commentary. B,Tech Babu Rana is the grandson of a legendary theater actor Subrahmanyam Kota Srinivasa Rao , from Surabhi group. Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum was expected to open in 1,000 screens worldwide and is likely to outnumber Aamir Khan's Talaash in terms of screens in south India.
Plus points of the film are basic plot, dialogues and music. His performance was outstanding and way better than all his past performances. Nayantara dubbed for the role by herself. Tech Babu heads to Bellary, he discovers that he has a past in this town. Brahmanandam and Raghu Babu are good. Rana will get maximum mileage as an actor with this movie. The item song in the Second half is a pop-up.
Rest of the story is all about how these three primary characters converge into a common point. There is plenty of high octane action episodes rolled in along with the mandatory dream song sequences as well. Costumes are perfect, the cinematography is good, and the film feels like a thoughtfully put together product. The screenplay is racy in the second half. He has two promises to be fulfilled.
The writing is easily the best part of the movie. How she changes a selfish actor into a selfless and courageous human being will form the crux of the story. In any case, this is an intense film, one that you cannot choose if you want to let your hair down at the cinemas. Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum was simultaneously released as Ongaram in Tamil. Title Lyrics Artist s Length 1.
However, it all adds up to makes for an interesting viewing in the end. Meanwhile, it is daylight robbery that is the norm in Bellary. It is later revealed that Devika is not a journalist but an informer of the. The background score is fantastic. The story is good and has a lot of potential. Nayanatara suited to the role.
This movie has two heroes - Rana and wonderful story. The Direction is good in parts. Art work and editing are neat. Finally,Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum is a complete Telugu movie with all aspects and present issues. Kvj yesday ngt I hav seen.
Movie Review: Some filmmakers have one overriding theme running across their films. Nayantara is natural as a daring documaker. But, sadly the output is very commercial, which is something you barely got to see from the director in his last three outings. Let's work together to keep the conversation civil. But then Subramanyam passes away suddenly, leaving the theatre group in complete disarray.
The dialogues have deep philosophical insight. Then again, you might not care. Nayantara had very brief role in the movie but she had done good justice to the role in the movie. Performances Rana is good and he performed well. He also shares a connection with Reddappa and his sworn enemy Chakravarthy Murali Sharma. Scenes from Pataala Bhairavi and the Mahabharata sometimes serve the purpose, but sometimes it's easy to miss the symbolism.