Gopala Gopala Telugu Movie Review
Gopala Rao (Venkatesh) is an atheist but runs a Pooja Samagri Store. He cash the sentiments of people for his benefit. One day, an earthquake destroys his shop and brings him on to roads. He approaches the insurance company for compensation but gets refused as it is an 'Act of God'. Disturbed Gopala Rao finally drags God and few Babas to court for the 'Act of God'. But God (Pawan Kalyan) himself descends to Earth to help Gopala Rao. What happens next is the rest of the story.
Pawan Kalyan is the show stealer of the film. The transformation from the Mass Masala roles he played recently to the character of God is simply awesome. He enters the film just before the interval and carries the entire second half on his shoulders. Venkatesh is an apt fit for the role of an Upper Middle Class Businessman. He is impressive in emotional scenes and is very effective in courtroom scenes. The scenes between both of them have come up very well. Shriya gets a very limited role while Mithun Chakraborty's role is a copy paste from the original. Posani is hilarious in Swamiji's role.
Gopala Gopala is not the regular commercial pot boiler which goes instantly well with our audience. But the movie can be watched for the beautiful compatibility between Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan. And also the message it carries. The range of the film will be decided on how the masses receive it.