The story is about two twins Narasimha and Narasimha Chary who get separated soon after their birth. While Narasimha Chary is an innocent Priest, Narasimha is a daring guy whose aim in life is to attack Mafia gangs and make peace. While Narasimha romances Sheela , Chary.....
Sheela, Nayana Tara, Jr NTR
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The story is about two twins Narasimha and Narasimha Chary who get separated soon after their birth. While Narasimha Chary is an innocent Priest, Narasimha is a daring guy whose aim in life is to attack Mafia gangs and make peace. While Narasimha romances Sheela , Chary romances Chandrakala played by Nayanatara who is actually liked by Chary s Guru Bhattacharya played by Brahmanandam. The twist is that a gang headed by Ashish Vidhyarthi is in search of Narasimha, reason being unknown till climax.
r NTR lives up to the expectations in everything. He brought many laughs in theaters with his Brahmin character and hilarious characterization. Narasimha part is quite routine. His dances took away the breath of audiences. Especially his steps in ‘pilla na valla kaadu’ received once-mores in theatres. But the costumes part is very weak. Why did he put on jackets in every scene? That’s not understood. Nayantara is slim and sleek while Sheela looted young hearts with glowing skin and sensuous garments. Nothing more is left for heroines than this to discuss. Brahmanandam is ok as Bhattu but more is expected from him in last 30 minutes as well. The film would have brought better feel with that. Raghu Babu is good and MS Narayana is better. Tanikella Bharani aptly grooved in Brahmin’s role.
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As for the analysi, it’s a ‘King’ kind of narration but action dominated comedy. Audiences got vexed up watching sentiment and violence in this type of story line, but prefer it when blended with loads of comedy. Although attempts are made with the characters like Bhattu (Brahmanandam) and Atma (MS Narayana), the dose isn’t sufficient. The requirement is certainly more. First half brings an average feel while the second half breezes little better with more comedians. But the climax is predictable and abrupt. That is very well within the expected limits of common audiences. What marred the movie from attaining greater heights is only the weapon-episode and climax part. On a whole, it’s a treat for movie lovers as NTR appeared on screen after a very long gap. Bottom Line: Watch it for NTR’s dances and his hilarious Brahminic performance.