• At a runtime of just short of three hours, Saaho is a bloated action drama which never realises its full potential. No amount of stunts and gun fights help the film to camouflage its flaws, and the screenplay itself is so boring that you are never engrossed. The drama is non-existent. All we get is a black box which we wish had never opened. Because the anticipation to watch Saaho was more worth the effort than the film itself. A big thumbs down.

  • The visual grandeur of Baahubali 2 is a notch higher compared to Baahubali: The Beginning, but more than anything, Baahubali 2 is yet another example why Rajamouli is one of the finest filmmakers we have. Go watch Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. It is an experience of a lifetime.

  • In the end, Temper comes across as a film which was meant for NTR to reinvent himself, for Puri to prove that he hasn’t lost his mojo yet, for NTR’s fans, whose unflinching faith in the actor hasn’t diminished at all. It succeeds in achieving all that, despite its share of flaws and a lackluster first half. Nothing else matters.

  • Current Teega is a light hearted entertainer and it is meant to be treated and watched just like that.

  • Oka Laila Kosam is a simple love story which doesn’t quite leave you with a big smile on your face, but it has enough mojo, if you are a big sucker for romance. After all, there’s nothing more comforting than a happy ending in a romantic film.

  • The first half of the film is entertaining and then, in the second half, the onus falls upon Ravi Teja’s shoulders to carry the film with his power-packed performance. The climax is mighty disappointing and it’s anybody’s guess why the film feels longer than what the runtime is. In the end, Power is like all mix fruit juice. You know exactly what ingredients have been used to make it and what their source is, but the deja vu is too strong to shake it off your mind.

  • Nuvvala Nenila could have easily been a good romantic entertainer, if only there was some great chemistry between the lead actors. However, neither of them realise what they have been missing and it just becomes a laborious exercise to watch them come to terms with their love for each other.

  • Madhie’s cinematography is gorgeous throughout the film and Ghibran’s music is another asset. Sujeeth gets a lot of things right in his debut film; however, it still is a lost opportunity. The emphasis on style takes over the sharp writing that’s quite visible in the first act. For all you know, Run Raja Run could have been a truly unique and quirky film in a long time. Alas, it ends up as a light-hearted entertainer which begins to take itself too seriously after a point and loses its edginess in the process.

  • There’s a term which is often used to describe films like Alludu Seenu in one word – ‘package’. It has a little bit of everything, although the sum of these bits isn’t necessarily fulfilling in the end.
    You dont have to live with pain.

  • Leave aside romantic notions that Drushyam is truly a different film because it’s devoid of all those commercial elements which we have got used to over the years. It’s a film which captures your attention, thanks to its screenplay, sans any deviation. The film’s biggest achievement is that it respects our intelligence and reinforces the principle that story-telling isn’t a dying art.

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