rahulsachinsourav123on 14th Jan 2020, 11:22am | Permalink
Its pretty entertaining movie and rating is apt. Mahesh in full massy avatar, Vijayashanti with that never lost appeal and screen presence, Prakash Raj back in form, lifted the film above average though its tad long. I liked the music & patriotism part also with with movie concluded instead of lot of blood flowing, swords flying, guns blazing and hundreds getting killed. As far as train comic scenes are concerned, they are logic less but supposed to be entertaining part and did their job. Thumbs up to Anil Ravipudi.
Given the kind of characters that Mahesh Babu has been enacting recently, it is easy to forget how broad his acting arsenal is. He can be serious, he can be angry, he can be calm, he can be sad, he can be troubled, he can be funny. Like Batman is to Gotham, he is whatever his director needs him to be. But of late, he has done a string of roles that have earned him the criticism of appearing monotonous. With Sarileru Neekevvaru, he makes an honest attempt at reinventing himself.
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