• Rudhrama Devi can still be watched once despite all the flaws because of the story and the insights it gives about the characters of the great Telugu kingdom. Guna Sekhar should have come up with a far more engrossing product as he repeatedly said that it was his dream to make a movie on the warrior queen. Don’t expect wonders or an everlasting cinematic experience with this film. Guna has announced a movie on Pratapa Rudra, The Last Emperor. Hope he comes up with better product learning from his mistakes.

  • Predictability is another big problem for this film that never throws any surprises at any point. Nithin’s presence and the short runtime are the only plusses in this otherwise boring movie that doesn’t take itself seriously. A huge disappointment for the audience who go with expectations looking at the names like Gautham Menon associated with it. You can wait for the Courier to be delivered at your home rather than running to the theaters.
    Verdict: A Badly Packaged Product.

  • First half of the film is seriously funny but second half lacks the bite. There are good moments in the second half as well but there are few lags as well. Climax is a bit cinematic. Despite the flaws and weaknesses BBM will impress with its good content and Nani’s performance. This will surely set the cash registers ringing. Don’t Miss it.

  • To put it bluntly Bahubali is Rajamouli’s weakest script to date! However it is visually mind-boggling that we could excuse some of its shortcomings. Wish Rajamouli comes up with a packed script in the second part. On the box office front, Bahubali – The Beginning will surely shatter the records irrespective of its weak points.

  • Kamal Haasan shoulders the film in spite of its weaknesses. He is there in almost every frame and that is the biggest asset for this one. The treatment of the movie is sluggish and it will be a great disappointment if you expect something special from Kamal Haasan. The movie may seem okay if you go with nil expectations. We have seen many great films from the superstar and Uttama Villain will not have place amongst his best. The film may not do that well on the commercial front as it is a strict no-no for the masses.

  • With below average content, S/O Satyamurthy will have to rely upon external factors to sail through to a safe zone. Holiday season and no big releases until three weeks gives enough space for the movie to do decent business at the box office. End result of the movie will depend upon how the families embraces it.

  • Despite few weaknesses, Pataas has enough to engage and entertain masala loving audience. Debutante Anil Ravipudi did a very good job on a whole. This is easily one of the best commercial films that we have seen in recent times. Kalyan Ram has a winner on his hands. Watch it.

  • Mukunda is a very serious drama with lots and lots of action, which seems pointless after some time. There is not a single scene where the protagonist is put to test. Director should have at least concentrated more on the hero, villain tussle when he is not so interested about any other emotions or interactions in this film. To sum it up, Mukunda marks a decent debut for Varun Tej, but fails as a movie. You may watch it for Rao Ramesh’s career defining performance and Mayer’s soundtrack.

  • Age old story, bad narration, weak sound track makes this three hour long film painfully boring to watch. Lingaa fails to please even the diehard fans of Rajanikanth.

  • First half of the film is slightly better than the second half which will make you search for the nearest exit all the time. Thanks to Rakul’s growing fan base, Rough got decent openings compared to recent releases. However it will surely suffer huge fall after the weekend as the word of mouth is spreading like wildfire. Stay away from this.

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