Movie Name: Katamarayudu
Cineforest Rating: 3.5/5
Censor: U/A Certificate
Duration: 2 Hours 29 Minutes
Casting: Pawan Kalyan, Shruti Haasan, Kamal Kamaraju, Rao Ramesh
Director: Kishore Kumar Pardasani
Producer: Sharrath Marar
Music Director: Anup Rubens
Release Date: 24th March 2017
Among extraordinary eagerness and fan fever, Pawan Kalyan’s
Katamrayudu has hit the marquee on Friday. The movie has already shattered
several records as the movie shown in highest number of cinemas in Tamil Nadu
and the US. This movie is a remake of Ajith's block buster Veeram.
Pawan Kalyan plays the character of big brother in a family
of four brothers. He is an agriculturalist and an altruist who saves the
villagers from the rules of the villains. Pawan Kalyan has an excessive hate
for women, but lastly falls for the heroine. His brothers support him in take
along him and his girl together. Pawan amazes heroine's father (played by
Nasser) and fights off villains Rao Ramesh and Pradeep Rawat.
Director Dolly has prepared suitable changes to the Veeram
script to outfit Pawan's image and body language. He also makes sure that the movie
has a classic Telugu nativity to it. This film is an out and out commercial
entertainer. The director has confirmed that there is copiously for Pawan
Kalyan fans and the family audience. The usual Pawan-mark dialogues and high
octane action scenes liven up the movie.
It’s an out and out Pawan Kalyan movie and he factually
dominates the whole show with his action and funny timing. His appears powerful
in old-style lungi and dhoti. He and Ali set up a laugh riot. His interaction
with Shruthi Haasan was also delightful. They looked great. The other actors
did justice to their roles.
A movie such as this depends totally on technical
excellence. Fight Masters Ram-Laxman must be given credit for the strong action
scenes. Anup Rubens Music was good and his background score is quite upright. Photography
is quite good.
Great background score
The movie is a feast for both Pawan fans and others, family
Note: Watch the movie only in theaters