Bharat Ane Nenu Movie Review: Bharat returns to India from UK. After few twists and turns Bharat takes charge as the CM of Andhra Pradesh. What he does in his unexpected and new role is the story. Content is quite relevant and relatable. Bharat will make you feel happy. Happy that justice and truthfulness of politicians exists at least in the movies. Those wonderfully constructed scenes give you a break from the harsh realities of real life and how helpless we are when it comes to politics. Director Koratala Siva has done a fantastic job adding the right elements for a commercial movie at the right place at right time.
The film looks brilliant; the settings are all flawless with current political scenario. The plotting in Bharat Ane Nenu is nothing special. It’s the execution where this film excels. The pace structure is well constructed. After a necessarily slow start to build character and back story, the screenplay shifts gear. Slow momentum in the beginning shifts to bombastic pre-interval scenes followed by convincing, mass hero moments in the post interval scenes. The mass hero elevation scenes in the second half bring Goosebumps.
This is me
Great visuals with wonderful songs hardly take your mood away from the story. The music. “This is me” is powerful. Devi Sri Prasad music tracks are awesome. His tracks do a great job drawing you into the mood of the film. It is a treat to watch Vachadayyo Saami song.
A movie with fantastic story, and good directing but without the talent to deliver it finds itself lacking. This is where the gifted cast comes in. An intense and towering performance from Mahesh Babu is what makes Bharat Ane Nenu stand out from the crowd. His mass scenes are electrifying with highest voltage. The only action scene is nicely choreographed. Everyone gets what’s coming to them. Kiara Advani is beautiful, and also a good performer, then we have the always perfect Prakash Raj. The excellent performances by the cast are also what raise this movie well above your ordinary action movie.
On the down side – Climax could have been better.
The movie is highly entertaining. In short, Bharat Ane Nenu leaves the audience fully satisfied and wanting for nothing. Two thumbs way up.
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