Director: Surender Reddy
Producer: Allu Aravind
Music Director: Hiphop Tamizha
Lead Actors: Ram Charan, Aravind Swamy, Navadeep, Rakul Preet Singh
Dhruva is a sincere IPS officer, who has aimed right from his childhood to become IPS office and fight the crime to set people in peace. To eradicate complete crimes, he decides that eliminating one crime after the other doesn’t come of any use, as a new sort of crimes starts taking birth. So he decided to find out the root of all sorts of crimes happening in the state. In this process, his batch mates too join his hands.
This search operation leads him to encounter various goons, who are working for the main villain. The Officer starts eliminating all these goons and starts approaching the root of the crimes, he finally understands that a bigshot named Abhimanyu is behind all these crimes. Then starts the actual mind game between Dhruva and Abhimanyu with very interesting twists, where the fight goes very tough till the end. As usual, hero catches Abhimanyu wins the battle.
Ramcharan acted as Dhruva and Aravind Swamy acted as Abhimanyu.
Movie Execution and Analysis:
The story has been shot very richly and stylish way in Surendar reddy style. As expected, Allu Aravind never comprises on the quality of production. He is always the hero of any movie he produces. The camera needs special mention for this stylish entertainer, I should say he has done some fabulous work in portraying minutest aspects of lighting in the best way and to showcase Ram Charan much more handsome way. The music director is exceptional with his work as in Thani orvan.
The best part of the story is that without taking away the core essence of thani oruvan movie the movie is carried forward. The director tried his best to extract the best from Ramcharan and he too tried hard to match up to the story, which wasn’t exceptional, though, but highly appreciable. Ramcharan is evolving is what we can say. One more blocker for Ram Charan is the exceptional performance of Aravind Swamy, which outshines Ram Charan. Though hero and villain confrontation scenes have come well, but we should say Aravind Swamy steals the show. So we shouldn’t draw any comparison between Charan and Aravind Swamy. As usual, in big hero movies, the heroine is only for glamor show no much significance exists.
I feel I don’t have right to comment on their hard work. So I don’t like to give a rating and it is left to public opinion. Instead, I appreciate work of the entire team.