• Katamarayudu Movie Review

    Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Shruti Hassan, Ajay, Siva Balaji, Kamal Kamaraju and Chaitanya Krishna, and Others
    Director: Dolly
    Story: Siva
    Screenplay: Vasu Verma, Deepak Raj
    Dialogues: Akula Siva, Vema Reddy, Srinivasa Reddy, Timma Reddy
    Producer: Sharath Marar
    Music: Anup Rubens
    Cinematographer: Prasad Murella
    Editor: Gautham Raju
    Banner: North Star Entertainment
    Release date: March 24th, 2017

    Story: 

    Katamarayudu (Pawan Kalyan) is an unmarried angry young man who lives in a small village of Andhra Pradesh along with his four brothers (Ajay, Siva Balaji, Kamal Kamaraju and Chaitanya Krishna). His brothers bring in a girl, Avanthika (Shruti Hassan) to entice him. How Rayudu falls in love with her and the twist that brings in the story.

     

    Katamarayudu Review

    Performances:

    It is Pawan Kalyan’s One Man Show in Katamarayudu. He will mesmerize the fans with his impeccable comedy timing and superb fights. On the flipside, his styling and dance movements are disappointing. Shruti Hassan plays a village belle and she is good. The glamor part is reserved to the songs. Ali gets a lengthy role and is good. Ajay, Siva Balaji, Kamal Kamaraju and Chaitanya Krishna are good as the brothers. 30 Years Industry Prudhvi is okay. Rao Ramesh is hilarious while Nasser is just about okay. Pradeep Rawat and Arora as villains are okay.
    Technical Performances:
    Dolly is a specialist in delivering averages. It may be offending if we call those as average but is a big act if we call them safe projects. Despite that, the director is missing his own mark on the films which are pegging back his career. It happened with Katamarayudu as well. The first half is incorporated with some changes in comparison to Veeram with some good comedy and songs, it helped.  But then, he loses the trick in the second half. The action and drama become lengthy and monotonous. The Climax is also boring.
    Plus Points:
    Pawan Kalyan
    First half
    Fights
    Entertainment
    Minus Points:
    Routine Story
    Lengthy
    Boring Second Half
    climax Music
    Final Say:
    Katamarayudu ends up as an average venture with fans enjoying every bit of Pawan Kalyan. But then, the experience as a whole is not fullfilling because of the stretched second half and routine climax.
    TollywoodAndhra Rating: 3/5
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