Title : Katamarayudu (2017)
Star Cast : Pawan Kalyan, Siva Balaji, Shruti Hassan
Director : Kishore Kumar Pardasani(Dolly)
Producer : Sharrath Marar
Music Director : Anup Rubens
Releasing on : 24 March 2017
FilmsJosh Rating : 3/5
Katamarayudu Pawan Kalyan has come back again to excite the group of onlookers. Despite the fact that Sardaar stayed to be a greatest calamity, nothing influenced him. He wrapped Katamarayudu at a quicker pace conceivable and is soon preparing for another. Katamarayudu has discharged overall today and is made vibes everywhere. Here’s the restrictive audit of the anticipated
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Katamarayudu (Pawan Kalyan) is a gutsy individual living in a town with his four siblings who penances everything in his life for his siblings. Be that as it may, the more youthful ones are devious and are gotten up to speed in either case. A benevolent backer (Ali) dependably goes to police headquarters to safeguard these famous more youthful ones. Katamarayudu detests the
thought of marriage as he trusts that his better half who comes may get some kind of fight among the cherishing siblings.
Only for hotshot even Katamarayudu’s siblings say that they aren’t keen on getting hitched however the real story is distinctive. Each of the siblings has a significant other and appreciate this life subtly. To make their adoration achievement, Katamarayudu’s siblings plan to make him begin to look all starry eyed at. Burrowing the past, they become acquainted with a short anecdote about
Katamarayudu and arrange things in like manner. As each story has a scalawag, this film isn’t anything new. The lowlife enters and tries to demolish the things falling spot.
How does Avantika (Shruti Hassan) enter Katamarayudu’s life? How could they fall for each other? What are the turns Avantika uncovered? How did Katamarayudu conquer all these to wed Avantika and get his siblings settled is whatever is left of the story!
Lead pair chemistry
How is Pawan Kalyan’s performance?
It might be repetitive saying the same thing again and again, but Katamarayudu is another instance of one-man-show by Pawan Kalyan. When one gets out of the cinema hall, no one else apart from Pawan Kalyan comes to memory. Such is the star’s presence and his unique performance. He is superb in fights and comedy. However, he needs to check his styling and take care of looks in dances. The second song in foreign was terrible, and it’s high time he avoids such glaring mistakes.
Direction By Kishore Kumar?
Dolly has directed three films so far, and they all have been average fares. He surely knows the craft and how to execute a subject. The problem with him is a lack of any individual mark or distinct style that could make a film get noticed for his directorial capabilities. The first half of Katamarayudu is a nice blend of fresh and recreated scenes from the original. They all gel well and one gets glued to the proceedings. The songs are neatly placed, and the comedy is integrated into narrative nicely. There is nothing vulgar which is always a plus. These elements make the movie watchable despite a very routine and predictable story at hand. The problem lies in the second half where there are less entertainment and more action and drama. Since the story is predictable, both the action and drama appear lengthy and tedious. They have been neatly done and shot, but the freshness is missing. The songs further escalate the miserable mood. The climax is very lengthy and gets monotonous after a point. Overall second half dilutes the confident first half making Katamarayudu an average fare in the end.
Shruti Haasan and others?
Shruti Haasan is given a village belle look for her character. She pulls it off well. The glamor aspect is only for the songs. Shiva Balaji, Ajay, Chaitanya and Kamal Kamaraju are well cast as brothers. They are in the movie just for comedy support and have nothing else to do. Ali after a long time gets a good comedy role and he does his part well without resorting to any innuendoes. Pruthvi has got a role that has Brahmanandam written all over it. He is fine. Rao Ramesh’s characterization is hilarious, and he has done an equally good job. Nassar is alright. Pradeep Rawat and Tarun Arora are okay.
Music and other departments?
Music by Anup Rubens was passable as a standalone audio. On the big screens couple of songs are good. However, the two songs in the second half are just terrible on screen. The background score is unimpressive. The cinematography is solid, and editing is sharp. Dialogues are good throughout without too much rhyming. The choreography of songs, especially in the second half should have been a lot better. Fights are alright overall with the second one standing out. VFX used in the background are clearly recognizable at places and are bad.