Saturday, June 02, 2012

ADHINAYAKUDA MOVIE REVIEW

Movie : Adhinayakudu(Telugu)

Cast :Nandamuri Balakrishna, Lakshmi Rai,Saloni
Music : Kalyani Malik
Cinematography : Vijay C. Kumar
Director : Parachuri Murali
Producer : M. L. Padma Kumar Chowdhary
Written : Parachuri Murali
Editing : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Studio : Sree Keerthi Creations
Distributed by : BlueSky Cinemas (USA)
Release date: June 1, 2012 (2012-06-01)
Watched Theater : Siva A/c. Guntur
Rating : 2.25 / 5
Bala krishna New telugu film Adhinayakudu Movie Review:These days, script writers are of the opinion that there are no stories for a film with a single hero. But director Paruchuri Murali has prepared a subject with three heroes. Another important point to note is that a hero playing dual roles is an uncommon feature these days. But Balakrishna has dared to play triple roles in this film, depicting three generations as grandfather, father and son. Will this experiment reap fruit?

story :Harish Chandra Prasad (Balakrishna) is a man of masses and he always keeps the welfare of the society as his priority agenda. He wants to establish a steel plant in his backward district with international assistance. The antagonists (Pradeep Rawat and Kota Venkateswar Rao) oppose the move and even go to the extent of eliminating him. Meanwhile, Rama Krishna Prasad (Balakrishna) son of Harish Chandra Prasad, follows his father’s footsteps in serving the masses. Through a cruel coup Bobby (Balakrishna) son of Rama Krishna Prasad, is separated from the family. Will Bobby reunite with his father? Will they be able to commission the steel plant? Answers to these questions lead to a predictably gory climax.
who dedicates his entire life for the people.He strives for an international funding for a iron ore project. He gets it and starts acquiring Government lands illegally occupied by factionists. In the process, gets killed. His son Rama Krishna Prasad (Balayya – middle char) is no less than his father in serving people. Fate separates Rama Krishna Prasad and his son, Babi (Young Balayya). And after 25 years, Babi meets his family but interestingly, his father does not accept him. What is the reason behind? How is the peace restored in the family and the regions forms the actual story.

Artist Performance:Balakrishna has done justice to all three roles. It is the grandfather’s role which grabs more attention of the audiences. The grandson’s role gains impresses front-benchers. All his action, song and dance sequences impress front-benchers. His dialogues are punchy as well. Lakshmi Rai, who appears in some romantic songs, has filled the glamour slot. Jayasudha, Sukanya, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Pradeep Rawat, Charan Raj have done justice to their respective roles. MS Narayana, Venumadhav and Brahmanandam tickle the funny bones of audiences.

Technical and Other Departments:
T Surender Reddy's cinematography is unimpressive. Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao has failed to use his scissors as the film has many unnnecessary tear jerks at many places. Dialogues are good in parts and the dialogues of the grandfather and father’s roles have lot of punch. Kalyani Mallick has failed in giving good tunes to the songs, but he has put a good show in re-recording. His background score elevates many scenes in the film.

Paruchuri Murali could be given full marks for elevating the hero’s image in all three characters. But he could not show the same work when it comes to the subject. He has ignored certain departments like use of wigs of the father’s role and his beard as they look in different shapes in different takes. The action scenes are okay and the songs also appear good on the screen. Though he loses grip on the story on many occasions, he is able to regain it immediately. It is like a learner riding on a mad horse.


Final View:

It is a Balayya-mark film and would definitely attract his fans. No doubt, the film would go well with the mass audiences. Hence it will be a commercial success. Watch the film for masala entertainment, but not for a decent view.

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