Vijay Deverakonda, Rashmika Dear Comrade Movie Review Rating
Vijay Deverakonda, Rashmika Dear Comrade Movie Review Rating

Release date : July 26, 2019
Rating : 2.75/5
Starring : Vijay Deverakonda, Rashmika Mandanna, Rao Ramesh, Brahmaji
Director : Bharat Kamma
Producers : Naveen Yerneni, Mohan Cherukuri, Ravi Shankar Yalamanchili
Music Director : Justin Prabhakaran
Cinematographer : Sujith Sarang
Editor : Sreejith Sarang

Arjun Reddy has earned a huge following for the success of Githovindam movies with Vijay Deverakonda. With the teaser and trailer also featuring Geeta Govindam hit Pair with musical import, the camaraderie was highly anticipated. Dear camaraderie must be resolved With so much hype, how is Dear Comrade coming into the theaters with a huge prerelease hype. Now let’s see how Gita Govindam got another blockbuster by repeating the magic, or, to what extent, the audience’s expectations.


Born in a family of camaraderie backdrops, Chaitanya alias Bobby is quite an egg receiver. State-level cricketer Aparnaya Devi alias Lily … Love her passion for cricket and love her. But due to the dynamic short temper, Lily rejects him. But again, the two of them realize their love and meet. In the meantime, Chaitanya … is seriously injured in a college-related confrontation. Frightened by his aggressive nature, Lily shuns him altogether. And how did the two meet again. What caused Lily to give up her career as a cricketer? Knowing the reasons, the camaraderie struggled to win her film.


Vijay Deverakonda, who has the ability to take films to his blockbuster range with his Natural Attitude, has got enough of a character. Levels are fully settled, as most of the scenes do not Had to act. How much effort did he put into the role of a dynamic character in the film? Rashmeeka Mandanna, who was impressed with the cut looks and the acting of the song in Govindam Govindam, made the majority of the film look natural without makeup. Lily, who has a scope for performance, shines. Her performance in Climax in particular was impressive. The chemistry that the two worked together has been a great help for the film. Suhas and others are good friends.


Bharat Kamma should be commended for seeing the sensitive and burning issue of the first film Ke “Meetu” as a message-oriented deal. Otherwise the original core point was set aside and the love story ran unrelated. With the slow generation of the division, the camaraderie was difficult to move forward. What the director wanted to say from startup to pre-climax became a fuzzy law. There is not enough love in the track.

The lack of comedy to protect the camaraderie is difficult to cope with. The climax was dealt with as a nit. Justin Prabhakaran is the supporting film for the music film. RR Kuda also brought a touch of poimatic touch to the film along with three melodies. The cinematography is good. The lighting factor he used was a realistic touch to the film. Editing is supposed to be very crisp. There are a lot of boring scenes that are not related to the film. The construction values ​​are pretty good..


Dear Comrade, which came into the theater with huge expectations, brought the talk “average” in terms of content. Despite its huge openings, the chances of retaining them and hitting them are not great.