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Movie: Nayak
Banner : Universal Media
Rating : 3.50
Released On : Jan 8, 2013
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Nayak movie review, Nayak review, Nayak telugu movie review, Ram Charan Nayak Review, nayak reviews, Nayak ratings reviews: Mega Powerstar Ram Charan has teamed up with director dynamic director VV ViNayak for the first time for 'Nayak'. Kajal Aggarwal and Amala Paul are romancing Ram Charan in this mass entertainer. DVV Danayya has produced the movie on Universal media banner. TeluguOne.com exclusively brings you 'Nayak' movie review first on net for our readers. Read on.


Charan aka Cherry (Ram Charan) is a happy go lucky guy who falls for Madhu(Kajal Aggarwal) at the first sight in an interesting situation. Mean while, a series of killings will rock Hyderabad and the CBI starts suspecting Cherry. When police traps Cherry at Haridwar, here comes a twist to the tale. What is it? What made CBI to leave Cherry forms the rest of the story.

Analysis :

The first half of 'Nayak' is laced with ample comedy tracks and  wonderful dance movements. Precisely, it is a gripping first half with hilarious episodes between Ram Charan, Brahmanandam. MS Narayana and Jaya Prakash Reddy too joins the bandwagon and makes it more humorous. The movie goes at a fast pace and the interval bang gets interesting with a fantastic twist which will make the fans of Ram Charan frenzy.

The second half is the soul of the film and the flash back episode has been shot very well. The high voltage action episodes backed by Ram Charan's power packed histrionics and dialogue delivery reminds you of Chiranjeevi and is a delight for the audience. However, the tempo goes a bit down and catches the pace when Posani enters the scene. Apparently, Posani has taken the center stage and provides comic relief everywhere he appears in this hour. The scene where Charan's men bashes the goons and offers them a chocolate is the highlight of the second half. All the songs are visually good onscreen and precisely, the three songs, Subhaleka Rasukunna, Yevvaramante, Hey Nayak that comes in the second half deserves special mention.

Overall, 'Nayak' is perfect film laced with comedy, power packed action, amazing dance movements and beautifully shot songs. It has all the ingredients of a commercial movie and is likely to set box office on fire.

TeluguOne Perspective :

Director VV ViNayak who is capable of delivering potential mass entertainers is back in the league with 'Nayak'. He has taken utmost care on the script and successfully used Ram Charan's mass image to the hilt. Though the story is old, the narration has made it look fresh and gripping. Nayak is going to be a surprise package for the audience and a perfect entertainer for this pongal. Emotions abound the script and touches the heart in couple of places like the human mafia and in the flash back. Though, there is  lot of action in the second half it wont necessarily be an obstacle for the audience to enjoy it. With Nayak, Ram Charan is going to give stiff competition to Stylish Star Allu Arjun, the best dancer of Tollywood, in dances. This pongal starts with a bang in the form of 'Nayak' and has all the chances to become a winner at box office.


Ram Charan has acted with ease and carried the movie on his shoulders. He improved a lot in comedy department and his dialogue delivery is commendable. His dances are amazing and we get to see the rock star Ram Charan in this film. Kajal as usual looks gorgeous and has a very limited role to play. Amala Paul is plump and scorches the screen in couple of songs with Ram Charan. Her performance is OK. Brahmanandam steals the show with his innocent expressions and wonderful comic timing. His steps for 'Enduko Emo' song are hilarious. Posani is impressive. Jaya Prakash Reddy, MS Narayana have played their part well and provides few smiles. Rajeev Kanakala, Pradeep Rawat, Dev Gill are decent. Others are OK.


Cinematography of Chota K Naidu is excellent and his efforts are visible onscreen especially in songs. Editing by Gautam Raju is good. Choreography is amazing. Dialogues by Akula Siva are catchy and hilarious. Music and background score of Thaman is an asset to the film.

Ram Charan's performance & dances
Comedy in the first half

Heavy dosage of action

Final Word: 'Nayak' is a must watch 'Mega' entertainer blended with 'Power' packed action episodes and brilliant performance of Ram Charan.


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