Bhagavanth Kesari, the latest action-packed film starring Nandamuri Balakrishna, is a thrilling collaboration with renowned director Anil Ravipudi. Featuring Sreeleela and Kajal Aggarwal. the movie had its worldwide premiere, including USA screenings, on October 19. let go and check Bhagavanth Kesari Movie Review.
|Cast||Balakrishna, Sreeleela, Kajal Aggarwal, Arjun Rampal|
|Producer||Sahu Garapati, Harish Peddi|
Story: Nelakonda Bhagavanth Kesari (Balakrishna) assumes the role of a nurturing, almost parental figure to his niece Viji (Sreeleela). He fervently supports her ambition to join the Indian Army, fueling her determination and dreams. However, their idyllic world takes an unforeseen turn when Bhagavanth Kesari becomes entangled in a high-stakes clash with the formidable business magnate Rahul Sanghvi (Arjun Rampal). What happened next..? we must watch movie.
Positive Points: Balakrishna Performance – Sreeleela – Some good emotional scenes Negative Points: Story Line – Loud BGM – Songs
Verdict: Bhagavanth Kesari was welcomed with enthusiasm and fervent cheers from Nandamuri fans. The film successfully garnered attention and sustained a respectable pre-release buzz, even while competing with other projects, including Leo’s.
The movie kicks off on a strong note, setting the stage with a well-executed emotional setup and a compelling introduction. However, as the story unfolds, it tends to follow a somewhat conventional path, occasionally incorporating comedy elements that fall flat and fail to land as intended. The film is effectively addresses “bad touch” and “good touch” to the girl students in a well-written segment, fittingly integrated into the story.
The film’s momentum sees a significant upswing following a gripping warning scene, leading up to the interval. During this phase, the narrative hits its stride, and the audience is treated to some impactful mass-oriented sequences that leave a lasting impression.
Director Ravipudi’s approach in this film appears to deviate from his usual style of focusing on pure entertainment. Instead, he places greater emphasis on evoking emotions and creating impactful mass moments within the storyline.
Balakrishna is excellent as Kesari, he is even better than Akhanda for fans. Without going overboard, very powerful dialogues are there throughout the film. Mass action blocks are better in second half. The emotion scenes worked out for ladies, Sreeleela is a super surprise with her acting.
Over all Bhagavanth Kesari A Satisfactory Commercial Entertainer, Though the comedy doesn’t work and there are lags in some places, the mass blocks and emotional aspect is pretty decent for the most part. Thaman BGM is ok but not up to the mark. Balayya’s most subtle performance in recent times and he excelled. One time easy watch for others in the festive season.