• ‘Manamantha’ is first rate emotional drama with beautiful and touching scenes. Four people, four stories and one connect with an interesting twist. Fine performances from Mohanlal and Gauthami and the final act of the story make this a good movie. The ending of the movie will leave you as teary-eyed. Watch it.

  • With ‘A Aa’, Trivikram presents a romantic drama that has better writing, good performances, and some nice family moments. Nithin
    and Samantha shine through in this movie. Though it is inspired by Vijaya Nirmala’s ‘Meena’, Trivikram comes up with his own mark with terrific cinematography and good music.

  • ‘Brahmotsavam’ has grand theme and ideas but the director has failed to tell in convincing way as it is laced with tedious sequences, unending songs. Mahesh Babu’s performance, rich production values and absolutely bright camera work have worked out in this movie that has many issues. A huge letdown.

  • ‘Oopiri’ is heart-warming drama with many soothing and highly emotional moments. Aided by class performance from the lead actors and rich visuals, the movie entertains till the end. Based on highly appreciated French film ‘The Intocuhables’, the film is an uplifting dramedy. Best adaptation of the French movie . Go for it.

  • ‘Krishnashtami’ is old wine in old bottle. A mix of many stories, the narration is filled with plenty of clichés. 

  • ‘Garam’ is ice cold. Nothing about the movie impresses, from acting to storyline the film is lame.

  • Krishnagaadi Veera Prema Gaadha is a neat and decent love story set in the backdrop of Hindupur with rich visuals and some hilarious moments in the first half. Length is its main drawback.

  • Speedunnodu is a passable commercial entertainer with proportionate dose of action, comedy and foot-tapping music. Not an exact frame to frame remake of Sundarapandian!

  • Nannaku Prematho is classy revenge drama. NTR’s performance and class act, Jagapathi Babu’s villainy and rich look are its strength. 

  • Dictator is regular mass movie aimed at Nandamuri Balakrishna’s fans. Strictly for mass audiences.

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