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‘Powerstar’ Pawan Kalyan’s most current actions entertainer Katamarayudu, ” a remake of Ajith’s Veeram, sets out to achieve two aims, beyond whatever story it tries to tell.

The very first of the two would be to portray Pawan Kalyan as a messiah of the downtrodden and helpless. And the next is to put things right, place the debacle of Pawan Kalyan’s previous film Sardaar Gabbar Singh. The film succeeds even though it doesn’t quite do anything spectacular to keep the audiences hooked to its world, in whatever it tries to reach.

The film reinforces the belief that Pawan Kalyan’s attitude and allure haven’t diminished at all, if anything.

Pawan Kalyan from the Katamarayudu teaser.

Katamarayudu leaves no bones about portraying its lead actor because of mythical character, whose gaze alone is enough to send shivers down the back of their goons and corrupt politicians. It also helps that turn this family drama into a ride, even until it hits the cliches that are probable to keep the event and Pawan Kalyan himself loosens around dig into his entertaining side.

This is a film whose narrative might very well have been brushed aside had it not been to its camaraderie between Pawan Kalyan and his four brothers, played by Ajay, Siva Balaji, Chaitanya Krishna and Kamal Kamaraju. The four are honor his character, and it shows from the film.

But this is the kind of film that is much more interested in producing moments for the actor’s fans as opposed to telling a story.

We are advised that Katamarayudu (Pawan Kalyan) is probably the most effective man of the area and he doesn’t tolerate injustice into the farmers in the area. He resides in a house together with his younger brothers. His life is almost perfect, except the fact that he doesn’t like women, although his brothers expect to get married.

Soon, they all plot with each other to introduce a classical dancer Avanthi (Shruti Haasan) into Katamarayudu. The remaining part of the story is all about the way Avanthi and Katamarayudu fall in love and he becomes a better person in the process.

The first half of the film is full of some moments centered across Pawan Kalyan, Ali and Shruti Haasan. Is a scene where Katamarayudu understands that he has started to like Avanthi, despite his reluctance to fall in love, and all he does is grin to himself. In another instance, he tells her that he doesn’t understand how to express his love and that he wanted to deliver her a “love emblem” on his phone to indicate for her.

From the context of this film and its personalities, the 2 scenes tell everything that one needs to understand about how manager Kishore Kumar Pardasani has handled the personality of Katamarayudu. It’s subtle but done. Shruti Haasan delivers a performance and is stunning in the film. Among others, Rao Ramesh shines the many and his signature dialog ‘Kaani Kaani Kaani Kaani‘ (Kaani loosely translates into ‘but’) will remain with you long after you walk out of this theatre.

Despite all its great moments in the first half, Katamarayudu leaves you with mixed feelings in the long run. It doesn’t try too hard to evoke an overwhelming desire to empathise with its characters and gives us enough stuff. The second half in particular leaves you having a deja vu feeling about heroes rescuing other families and villagers from severe troubles. The background score that is uninspiring is another letdown.

There are movies which overwhelm you and then there are movies which underwhelm the crowd. Katamarayudu is the kind of film which whelms the audience.

See it for Pawan Kalyan along with also a flavor of ‘seema pourusham’ (Rayalamseema’s pride), however, chances are that you have seen the identical story several times in the previous sans Pawan Kalyan.

In the end, when you’re asked the inevitable question: how was this film? You know exactly what to say and it is there in the film – Bagundhi, Kaani Kaani Kaani Kaani (What’s ok, but but but nevertheless).

Published Date: Mar 24, 2017 02:52 pm | Updated Date: Mar 24, 2017 02:52 pm


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Will the movie be a laugh riot? Will the plot be more intriguing enough to keep you engaged? Kriti Tulsiani from News18.com is within the theatre to learn.

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With Dunkirk Nolan has formally cemented himself because this generation’s Spielberg — not just in skill level and versatility of his filmmaking, but also from the way every new film of his own becomes a worldwide event.

He is currently a master craftsman working at the very top of the game — also Dunkirk is a sensory overload, an insanely intense experience that will leave your head spinning, and also your own body maybe tired from the strong visuals. It’s amazing filmmaking, and another triumph for Nolan series.

The perfect way to describe Dunkirk is it is what you’d get if you place The Thin Red Line, Fury Road along with Titanic collectively in a blender, using a scatter of Nolan’s trademark non linear narrative.

Dunkirk – Christopher Nolan

Those unfamiliar with the titular incident during WW2 need not worry since this is an action movie with all the Dunkirk setting utilized to show that the horrors of war in manners.

The narrative is told through three vantage points — that the beach through the eyes of a young British soldier (Fionn Whitehead), the sea by means of a mariner on a little boat (Mark Rylance) and also the air by means of a fighter pilot (Tom Hardy). All 3 narratives overlap one another leaping timezones as expected from Nolan. The story leaps are implemented it’s a demo of Nolan has mastered this storytelling style of his through all these years.

Audaciously, the bad guys are referred to as ‘The Enemy’ as opposed to ‘Germans’ and are not displayed on the screen — which makes the symbolic message of this movie ubiquitous and timeless.

Hoyte Van Hoytema’s cinematography takes us. A number of these action sequences are immersive that the movie does feel as though we’re with no headset in a VR game.

Every time that the enemy airplanes seem it seems to behold. There’s an awareness of paranoia that is sustained, and also the sound of the clock utilized almost because of this film’s entirety leaves you gasp for breath.

There’s a lot that happens in the movie it is somehow cohesive, and absence of much dialogue functions in favour of the movie. Hardy especially has two lines of dialogue, and the principal character is a witness to the nightmare unfolding around him.

An individual might argue that this is actually the very first time Nolan delivered a movie that didn’t show us that a world we aren’t yet familiar with, but even within the genre that the activity beats are first and eye poppingly successful, despite no graphics of gore or severed limbs like in Saving Private Ryan.

The flying scenes in particular are fascinating as hell — possibly a guilty pleasure considering they are portraying the nadir of humankind. The usage of physical effects to CGI makes matters would be the believable.

The performances are all good, and it’s nice to see the two the ensemble cast of biggies and a lot of newcomers one the verge of getting big. Though Harry Styles’ debut that was hyped feels unnecessary and also a much better actor could have probably made that character more interesting.

One wishes Nolan and Hans Zimmer did not take a bombastic approach to music in every movie of his. When there’s only drawback in Dunkirk it’s the blaring, eardrum shattering, and borderline agonizing background score. You do need BGM that is loud to elevate the impact when the visuals are indeed strong.

Be sure to carry a pair of ear plugs to cushion the impact — and you must — if you’re seeing this movie.

Released Date: Jul 19, 2017 10:41’m | Upgraded Date: Jul 19, 2017 10:41 am

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