May 12, 2023
Promising actor Bellamkonda Srinivas who has an immense craze in North made his Bollywood debut with Chatrapathi, which is the remake of the Telugu blockbuster film Chatrapthi which features Prabhas in the lead role. The film has been released in theatres today and it is directed by VV.Vinayak. Let’s check out whether he impressed the audience with his Hindi debut film or not. Here is the genuine Review, Rating of the film
Plot: Shiva (Bellamkonda Srinivas) lives in Pakisthan border along with his mother (Bhagya Sree) and brother Ashok ( Karan Singh Chhabra). Ashok has a huge hatred for Shiva as he is not his biological brother, One day Shiva gets separated from his mother because of Ashok while evacuating from Pakistan. Shiva lands in Gujaraj as a migrant and he is forced to work under a local rowdy sheeter for his criminal activities. But his search for his mother has never stopped. As one of a boy from the refugee camp gets killed, which makes Shiva revolt against them. Shiva becomes gang leader to their people and starts fighting against the notorious gangs. This changes his fate. How Shiva will face the gangsters? Will he find his mother? Will Ashok accept Shiva as his brother? To know this one has to watch the film.
Performance: Bellamkonda Srinivas has nailed in his character, he adopted the role of Shiva in the film. One cannot take their eyes off from Srinivas in the film. Though it is his looks, rugged body, or fights Srinivas scored full marks from the audience. There is a huge improvement in his skills compared to before, one has to appreciate Srinivas for the efforts he put into his role. Karan Singh Chhabra who play Ashok’s role was quite impressive in his role. The rest of the characters have done justice to their roles.
Technical Aspects: Director VV Vinayak disappointed fans with his weak narration, in search of moderating the script, the director has failed to add emotions in the film. The movie is full of action in it, and the main reason for the original Chatrapthi to become a blockbuster is the emotions that the film had, but sadly Vinayak failed to set up those in this film.
Coming to music Tanishk Bagchi completely disappointed the audience, not even a single song from the film was impressive. Ravi Basur’s BGM was much loud, which dint sound well in theatres. The editor failed to deliver the final output properly, the film had too much lag in bits. The cinematography is decent, of course, the production values are pretty high.
Srinivas Performance Action Production Values
Direction Screenplay BGM Poor Editing No Emotion
Verdict: Chatrapathi Hindi is a highly action-packed entertainer without any emotion in it, one can watch the film only for Bellamkonda Srinivas’s acting.
Chitraseema Rating: 2/5Also Read: Naga Chaitanya’s Custody Movie Review and Rating