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Nagabharanam  (2016)  (Telugu)
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Nagabharanam Review

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Nagabharanam is an outdated loud graphical extravaganza which offers nothing except some decent VFX work here and there. Kannada audience may find it good to see the Superstar recreated on screened but there is hardly anything appealing for Telugu audience.
1.5 out of 5 (Poor, A Few Good Parts)  | NR (NOWRUNNING)
Nagabharanam begins with the narration of a theory saying that on a solar eclipse day, the entire powers of God do not work and only one Shakti Kavacham saves the whole world on that day. Sivayya's family (Sai Kumar) is the protector of the Kavacham for decades together. But then Sivayya's daughter, Nagamma (Ramya) fails to protect it and gives her life. Finally she takes rebirth as Manasa (Ramya) and embarks on the mission to get it back. What happens to Manasa in this mission forms the rest.

Ramya plays the central role in the film and it is good to see her in action after a long time. She particularly impresses in the serious episodes in the second half. Kannada Superstar Vishnu Vardhan is recreated using Graphics and the work is decent at some places. Sai Kumar appears in a little cameo and is good as always.

Kodi Ramakrishna performed a blunder with the film as he ignored the key aspects like story and screenplay giving more importance to Graphics. A couple of scenes in to the first half, we feel that the proceedings are vague with unnecessary Graphics and Loud Background score. Moreover, the songs which come all of sudden irritate the audience. Except for some visual effects at some places, there is nothing that can be enjoyed in the film. The Graphics do not fit into the narrative and do not serve the actual purpose.

Music scored by Gurukiran is below average and the background score is way too loud. Production values are pretty good as a good amount of money has been spent on the film but the effect is not visible on screen.

Finally, Nagabharanam is an outdated loud graphical extravaganza which offers nothing except some decent VFX work here and there. Kannada audience may find it good to see the Superstar recreated on screened but there is hardly anything appealing for Telugu audience.
Critic: NR
 1.5 out of 5 (Poor, A Few Good Parts) 1.5 out of 5 (Poor, A Few Good Parts)  

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0.0 - 1.4 : Poor
1.5 - 1.7: Poor, A Few Good Parts
1.8 - 2.3: Average
2.4 - 2.9: Fairly Good
3.0 - 3.4: Good
3.5 - 5.0: Very Good

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 1.5 out of 5 (Poor, A Few Good Parts) 1.5 out of 5 (Poor, A Few Good Parts)  
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