Kala Bhairavaon 17th Jan 2013, 11:29pm | Permalink
What an insipid review of a great movie...Deepa sees fragrance as a chemical reaction on the receptors of the nose and a wonderful visual as a photochemical stimulus on the retina..and thinks she is very incisive... The songs are a super hit and how could you pass of "panchadara bomma" into a just ok bucket.. Whats so wrong with a spear passing through two bodies, its quite possible and I heard Tipusultan ripped of two heads at a time with his sword...whats has gone so wrong in that... The entire tone of the review does not give the movie the least respect it deserves for as great a movie as it is.. This being a period movie with a medieval theme how can you not expect stunts and violence..what were you expecting, when you heard MAGADHEERA...a Mr.Bean??
There's no shortcut to live up to hysteria of the magnitude that Magadheera has generated. Indeed, that flashy cameo by Chiranjeevi - the genesis of that delirium - is not just a desperate ploy to grab eyeballs. It is only the cherry on the cake.
Yes, there's more to this one's recipe than just that special appearance and an electrifying remix of a '90s hit borrowed from papa's opulent archives, and Ram Charan Tej has help from more than just Daddy. To bag a golden hen is one thing; to actually make it lay golden eggs, you've got to take as much help as you can get, which comes most....