Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Movie Review: An Appreciable attempt

CAST: CHIRANJEEVI, AMITABH BACCHAN, TAMANNAH BHATIA, NAYAN TARA, KICHA SUDEEPA, VIJAY SETHUPATHI, JAGAPATHI BABU, RAVI KISHAN,BRAHMAJI, ETC..

MUSIC: AMIT TRIVEDI


DIRECTOR: SURENDER REDDY

PRODUCER : RAM CHARAN

PRODUCTION COMPANY: KONIDELA PRODUCTION COMPANY

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Movie Review: An Appreciable attempt, SyeRaa Movie Review and Rating

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Movie Review

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is the dream project of Megastar Chiranjeevi. It was his long-standing desire to make a movie based on Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy's life. Finally, his wish turned a reality. 

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is directed by Surender Reddy. It has hit the theaters on October 2nd. Let's see how the film is...


Story:  

The Film starts with Jhansi Laxmi Bhai (Anushka) and her army fighting British troops. To motivate her army, Laxmi Bhai starts narrating the story of Rebellion Majjari Narasimha Reddy. Narasimha reddy (Chiranjeevi) was born to Seethamma (Lakshmi Gopalaswamy) in Uyyalawada Mandal. Ever since he was a child, Narasimha Reddy wants to fight against the British ruler's atrocities. He gets training under Gosayi Venkanna (Amitabh Bacchan). He motivates farmers and other villagers to fight against the Agrarian system imposed by Britishers. How he leads the war against Britishers and what happens then forms the rest of the story.


Analysis: 

 The film starts with an interesting note, Narration is straight and clean without complication. But the graph of the film falls while the introduction of characters. It picks up at the pre-interval sequence. The Scenes between British rulers and Narasimha Reddy were shot well. Dialogues written by Sai Madhav Burra needs a special mention here. Dialogues gave a huge strength to the drama. Action Sequence before the interval is brilliantly directed and picturized. 

The second half is full of war sequences and Lil bit racy compared to the first half. The climax of the film is heart-wrenching and leaves an emotional impact. 

Director Surender Reddy has managed to maintain a good patriotic feel throughout the film. He tried to showcase the culture of India along with the freedom fight of Narasimha Reddy. Every Indian should appreciate his noble attempt. 

However, Direction is mediocre in many key scenes. Few key scenes fail to leave an impact. The screenplay is also below par and adds to the drawback list. There are a few poorly etched characters in the film. Especially Vijay Sethupathi's (Raja Pandy) character is not well etched.

The Film is made on a grand scale. So, The Visuals are very rich making it a visual treat. 


Artists Performances:

Chiranjeevi's performance as a Patriotic Rebellion is perfect. He looks very fierce in action sequences. His screen presence and performance is one of the plus points of the film. 

Tamannah is a surprise package. She has got a very crucial role in the film and she gave career's best performance. Amitabh Bacchan is apt as Gosayi Venkanna, the Guru of Narasimha Reddy. 

Though Nayanthara's role is limited, she gave a good performance in sentimental scenes. Jagapathi Babu, Kicha Sudeepa and Ravi Kishan gave adequate performances. 

Technical aspects:

Cinematography by Ratnavelu is top-notch. The background score is good. Except for the title track, Other Sound Tracks composed by Amit Trivedi are not worth mentioning. The artwork is stunning. Huge sets recreated the ambiance of the pre-independence era.

Plus Points:

Pre-interval and interval sequence
Performance of lead characters (Chiranjeevi & Tamannah)
Action Scenes
Rich Visuals
Emotional Climax

Minus Points:

The Mediocre direction in a few key scenes
Faulty Screenplay
Few poorly etched characters

Verdict:

Despite a few loopholes, Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is an appreciable attempt. Every Indian should watch this visual epic and appreciate the team for their noble attempt.  The Film will leave an emotional impact on the Audience. Keep your expectations check, You will like the film.

Rating:  3.25/5


-- Written by DNT (tej)
















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