Bro is a highly anticipated film that brings together popular actors Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej. Directed by Samuthirakani, this fantasy comedy-drama features a screenplay and dialogues by renowned director Trivikram. With much excitement from fans, Bro has been released today, and now let’s see how it turns out.
Bro Movie Review & Rating: 3/5 – Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Sai Dharam Tej, Priya Prakash Varrier, Ketika Sharma – Director: Samuthirakani – Producers: T. G. Vishwa Prasad, Vivek Kuchibotla
Story: Markandeya, also known as Mark, is a hardworking man and the sole breadwinner for his family. Despite being in love with Ramya, he is unable to spend time with her or his family due to his numerous responsibilities.
Tragically, Mark dies in a car accident and his soul encounters Time God, also known as Titan. Mark asks Titan for a second chance at life to fulfill his obligations. Titan grants him 90 days, during which he accompanies Mark. The movie revolves around how Mark manages to fulfill his commitments within this limited time frame.
Positives: Pawan Kalyan – Dialogues – Climax – BGM Negatives: Weak Narration – Songs – VFX
BRO is a film that follows a concept similar to previous movies like Yamaleela and Ori Devuda, but with a twist. The director focuses on showcasing the presence of God throughout the film, making it more elaborate than other movies.
The story revolves around a man who believes he is the center of everything, but learns the true workings of life and time, even when he is not present.
The first 20 minutes of the film are filled with exaggerated scenes and the comedy falls flat. However, the entry of God is impactful.
Pawan Kalyan as Titan steals the show with his charismatic presence and occasional nostalgic songs. The chemistry between the protagonist and his girlfriend could have been better established.
Sai Dharam Tej has significant screen time alongside Pawan Kalyan, which is a strong point of the film. However, the visual effects in their scenes are disappointing.
The narrative lacks emotional connection and this continues until the pre-climax. The second half becomes predictable in many parts. The climax, followed by a song, provides more sense than the rest of the movie. The lessons learned by Titan and the message to accept life as it is are well conveyed.
Overall, BRO has a good storyline, but the weak narrative holds it back from being great. It is a recommended watch for Pawan Kalyan’s fans, but its success at the box office will only be determined with time.