1. Pelli Choopulu (2016)
Critic’s Rating: 4.0/5
Synopsis: Indeed, it’s unavoidable that they’d begin to fall in love at in the end however that is not even the point here. This film is much more.
Movie Review: In an industry where going over the top, utilizing discoursed to accentuate style and recounting to a story in the male perspective is the standard, a film like Pelli Choopulu is a much-needed refresher. It’s basic, new and all the more significantly a cut of your life.
As old as the idea of pelli choopulu may appear, the way executive Tharun Bhascker manages it is amazingly new and genuinely in a state of harmony with the occasions. We are taken into the lives of Chitra (Ritu Varma) and Prashanth (Vijay Devarakonda) who meet at their pelli choopulu. While the young lady isn’t intrigued since she has dreams of a vocation and advanced education, the jobless person is amped up for his marriage since he gets a gigantic endowment, and obviously the young lady is lovely. Also, what’s the aftereffect of the pelli choopulu? This capricious pair of the sharp and canny Chitra and the visionary Prashanth wind up turning out to be colleagues!
The story is intriguing, obviously, yet what’s charming about it is the way the executive portrays the excursion of the two leads by acquiring loved ones (the consistently grumbling nanna who’ll be pleased even with your littlest of accomplishments, the amma who’ll contend your case with him and the amamma and bamma who periodically toss in their useful tidbits) who light up the procedures. Of all, Kaushik (Priyadarshi) stands apart with his demonstration of the companion and he’s certainly going to help a great deal to remember us about that stupid companion without whom life is inadequate. He is so amusing. Your cheeks hurt at a point in time.
The second 50% of the film will in general stoppage a small piece. Be that as it may, watch it by and by, you’ll be pleased.
2. Oopiri (2016)
Critic’s Rating: 4.0/5
Synopsis: Vikram Aditya (Nagarjuna), a quadriplegic tycoon, designates Seenu (Karthi) as his guardian since he’s intrigued by the last’s joyful, detached disposition and absence of compassion towards him. What structures is an unexplainable bond.
Movie Review: As a rule, revamps are an extreme wagerer. All the more along these lines, when the film is a French great like The Intouchables and is being revamped for a territorial crowd in a remote land like India which is totally extraordinary regarding the way of life and sensibilities. What’s more, that is the means by which Oopiri seems to be a ‘breath’ of outside air in light of the fact that alongside figuring out how to remain consistent with the first (in each angle), this film additionally remains all alone and satisfies its slogan ‘festivity of life’.
To lay it on the line, Oopiri is an excellent film. It doesn’t generally plan to give a message yet winds up giving you a significant exercise. It takes you on a rollercoaster ride of feelings and discloses to you that nothing can prevent you from living the manner in which you need to in light of the fact that you just live once and make the most of it. Yet familiar with the craft of festivity of life, it will make it worth living.
3. Eega (2012)
Critic’s Rating: 4.0/5
Synopsis: (Nani) is a blossom decorator, fell in love with his neighbor Bindhu (Samantha). He gets executed by the baddie, (Sudeep), an incredible representative. Nani returns as a housefly to get his vengeance.
Movie Review: Overwhelming amusement is an oft-rehashed state used to depict Tollywood pot boilers. This film makes mince meat of the buzzword by demonstrating that little can be huge as well. Then again, not many things can get greater than a housefly on 70mm, however’s entrancing that the film shows a PC produced housefly can have practically indistinguishable impact on the crowds from an undulating genius. Hair-raising amusement, stunning, mind-twisting rush a-second ride of the period, most likely the decade, Eega is a distinct advantage.
It’s a basic plot-line. (Nani) is a bloom decorator who is frantically enamored with his neighbor Bindhu (Samantha). It takes two years of seeking after before he even has his first discussion with her. Similarly as sentiment blossoms, Nani gets killed by the baddie, (Sudeep), a ground-breaking businessperson. Nani returns as a housefly to get his vengeance. It isn’t such a great amount about the plot, however the execution that this film is about. Before the finish of the film, the crowds identify with the fly!
4. Rangasthalam (2018)
Critic’s Rating: 4.0/5
Movie review: Chitti Babu (Ram Charan) is a mostly hard of hearing, cheerful man who doesn’t let his inability to to to stop him. His sibling Kumar Babu (Aadhi Pinisetty) comes back from Dubai just to see that nothing in the town has changed. What happens when he chooses to go facing the feared President garu (Jagapathi Babu)
‘Rangasthalam‘ truly returns you to the 80s and hits you with an enormous portion of sentimentality–radios and record moves aplenty. The film isn’t simply set during the 80s; it additionally picks a story format from that period and portrays the story in a refreshingly crude way. In any case, Sukumar must be credited for fleshing out the characters all around ok that they don’t appear personifications of a past period. He should likewise be attributed for making them able enough to be enabled should the need emerge. The characters, even the ones that have insignificant screen time, are scratched simply after cautious idea. Furthermore, the best out of all them is Chitti Babu.
None-the-less, go watch the film for the characters and the interest they make. Watch it particularly for Ram Charan and his terrific exhibition, Sukumar’s heading, Rathnavelu’s cinematography and DSP’s experience score. This film really demonstrates that it doesn’t make a difference if it’s a story you have seen a million times previously, when it’s told in an engaging way!
123Telugu.com Rating: 3.25/5
Movie review: Love as a matter of course is a complex feeling. Ramcharan Teja, alongside his chief Bhaskar, attempts to investigate this in Orange. Issue for them two is that this one comes after the blockbuster Magadheera, and the chief and the on-screen character should stay aware of exclusive standards. The sound turning into a tremendous hit adds more to their concerns. How about we check whether Orange breaks the shackles of these desires?
A film like Orange, which addresses the legitimacy of affection, is an extreme story to tell. Bhaskar should initially get adulation for picking this sort of story and Ramcharan too merits a tap on shoulder to act in this one. He is extremely persuading in his hypothesis that over some stretch of time, love between couple dissipates immediately and inexplicably, and that most couples need to fall back on deceives remain in a relationship. He utilizes great melodies and beautiful visuals to impart his hypothesis.
Most definitely, both Ramcharan and Genelia look million bucks. They not just contend with one another with their appearances, yet additionally wind up winning hearts. Shazahn Padamsee looks adorable as well, however her character isn’t too long to even think about talking about her acting capacities. Madhurima is there in a visitor job as well. Gayatri Rao of Happy Days, Vennela Kishore don’t have huge jobs either, however they do whatever they are given with conviction! .Entertainers like Prakash Raj, Prabhu, Manjula, Sanjay Swaroop do their bits well, yet it is Brahmanandam as Puppy, who gets more screen time than every one of these on-screen characters. He brings out greatest chuckles in the theaters, and it is by attempting to persuade him that the chief attempts to demonstrate his belief system. Naga Babu has a little job, and he shows how nuance persuades more than uproarious hypothesizing. He is simply astounding! In any case, making a film, for example, this one resembles strolling on a tight rope.