A Time travel concept is too good which is an old story that our elders told us. The first half has the elements of mass intro, the evilness of the hero character, the time travel concept without any missing logic, and comedy.
MAJOR is an exposure of so many untold military people’s sacrifices towards the Indian Army.
Suryanarayana is an honest lawyer. Because of not giving justice to one case he resigns as a lawyer and runs a shop.
Sai Pallavi is the backbone strength, stellar performance, and stunning expressions in each frame and makes move to the next level. Dialogues have more impact on who feels the depth.
The trailer created a new buzz for the audience to watch the movie. The movie name shows in the interval part and the Skylab portion also takes off from there only. Before that, it has the intro of all the characters, problems facing in their lives which feels to be hauled in the movie.
Anand and Himanshu come again with a conflict love story after Raanjhanaa with Dhanush. Sara Alia Khan wholeheartedly dives into her role to give the best for the story.
The film is about: Shiva (Raj B Shetty) and Hari (Rishab Shetty) are the two gangsters from the backdrop of Mangala Devi. How they were raised together to reach the Gangster level. What happens if both gangsters become enemies when they had an intense friendship. How Brahmayya tackled both of these criminals is a terse story.
After Gambler Movie, there is no good movie from the director Venkat Prabhu, but this time from all aspects of storytelling, Direction, Screenplay, and making, he completely loots the show. We can see Yuvan Sankar Raja BGM’s and editor Praveen KL’s mark in the entire movie.
Dhananjaya and Umashree gave their best in their roles. They both get into verbal quarrels like Tom and Jerry, underline we feel the warmth of the Mother and Son relationship. It’s one of the melodramatic movies that make us cry in some scenes if we find/lost someone in our life.