• In the latter half, when you have almost given up on the film, there are far too many songs. The moment you spot the heroine, you shudder expecting another song.

  • There are several shortcomings, but Gunasekhar piques the interest to go back and read up more about this warrior queen.

  • Nithiin looks the part of a helpless guy caught in a tangle and shows his mettle as an actor. The background score and cinematography are good too. But the film itself could have been so much better had it stayed true to the plot and genre. Bottomline: A story that doesn’t live up to its premise.

  • Bhale Bhale Magadivoi puts logic aside but there’s plenty of situational humour where you’ll find yourself laughing aloud and having a good time. And these laughs are with than at the protagonist.

  • Lingaa is worth the watch for Rajinikanth but falls midway between being a gripping social drama and a full throttle entertainer.

  • Watch Loukyam for a few laughs. Just don’t expect it to keep you engrossed.

  • Power tries hard to amuse and has a hangover of Kick and Vikramarkudu. Ravi Teja does his part well but the film itself offers nothing new.

  • The original seems 10 times better, and that’s not saying much about this film.

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