Guntur Kaaram Movie Review And Rating: Super Star Mahesh Babu and director Trivikram Srinivas collaborated after 14 years for the action-packed emotional drama ‘Guntur Kaaram’. Amid high expectations, the film has released today in theatres worldwide. Check out our review to see how it is.
Vyra Vasundhara (Ramya Krishnan) left her son Veera Venkata Ramana (Mahesh Babu) at the age of 10 due to an accident. Fast forward 25 years, Vasundhara becomes a Minister and to ensure her smooth victory in the upcoming elections, her father, Venkata Swamy (Prakash Raj) wants Ramana to sign papers declaring he has no relation with his mother Vasundhara. The film unfolds the mysteries surrounding the accident and how Venkata Ramana reacted, Whether he signed the papers, Vasundhara’s actions, and the possibility of their reunion forms the crux of this story.
Trivikram Srinivas falls short in both writing and directing, lacking a lasting impact. A more resonant storyline could have enhanced the film’s overall appeal. Thaman’s musical contribution unfortunately falls below standards, While Manoj Paramahamsa’s cinematography meets satisfactory standards, editor Navin Nooli has ample room for improvement. The substantial investment ensures a visually rich appearance for the film.
- Mahesh Babu’s performance effortlessly embraces the character by showcasing a rough and rugged style and captivates audience with his Guntur dialect.
- Prakash Raj cast as both the minister and Mahesh’s grandfather delivers a commendable performance.
- Ramya Krishnan’s performance despite limited screen time leaves a fine impression.
- Banter and comedic exchanges between Mahesh Babu and Vennel Kishore Create genuine moments of laughter.
- Trivikram falls short in crafting a compelling storyline
- Lack of a robust screenplay impacts the film’s overall quality
- Few scenes contribute little to the overarching plot disrupting the flow and coherence of the film.
- Thaman Musical contribution falls short of expectations
- The underutilization of talented actors including Meenakshi chaudhary, Rahul Ravindran, Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh adds to the film’s shortcomings
While ‘Guntur Kaaram’ manages to entertain in parts, relies heavily on Mahesh Babu’s screen presence, accent, and one-liners. However, its drawbacks including a thin storyline, sluggish screenplay, and superfluos scenes, may limit its broader appeal. Mahesh Babu fans may find it watchable, appreciating the actor’s one-man show in an energetic and charismatic avatar, despite its shortcomings this Sankranti season.
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