Bruce Lee Telugu Movie ReviewFeature Film | UA | Comedy
Karthi (Ram Charan) is a stuntman who does anything and everything for his family. He even sacrifices his education to help her sister's IAS dream as her father's middle class income can only fund one education. However when she was to take her final exam, she faces an undue problem from Jayraj (Sampath) and his son Deepak Raj (Arun Vijay). How Karthi saves his sister from the mess forms the rest of the story.
Lets start the things with Megastar's cameo. He was just beaming onscreen after so much of gap. The dialogue, 'Just time gap. Timing lo gap vundadu' is a very apt one. His three minutes cameo shouldered the second half unarguably. Coming to Ram Charan, he seem to have improved well in this film. He put up exceptional hard work in dance and fights. Some of the emotional scenes have come out really well. Rakul Preet Singh is adorable and danced very well. Rao Ramesh is good as a dotting father. Nadiya and Tisca Chopra are not used well. Brahmi and JP managed good laughs. Sampath is as usual in the negative character while Arun Vijay is superb as baddie.
The first half of the film like every Srinu Vaitla film has all the ingredients liked by everyone. Couple of emotional scenes leading to the interval and the twist have come out very well. However things have gone for a toss in the second half. In fact, the second half did not look like a Srinu Vaitla film as the narration goes slow and predictable. Even though there is a galaxy of comedians, the entertainments levels drop big time. Things were revived only with the Megastar's cameo towards the end.
All the songs particularly Riya and Leh Chalo came out very well. The back ground score is best from Thaman after a long time. Manoj Parmahamsa is extraordinary with the camera. Kona Venkat's dialogues and ANL Arasu's action choreography are decent. Editing should have been finer in the second half.
Finally, Bruce Lee is yet another average product from Ram Charan. There are some fan boy moments like songs, Megastar cameo etc. Particularly the second half test your patience with predictability and poor narration. If not for the Chiranjeevi's cameo, it would have been the death knell for the movie.
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