Bharath Ane Nenu Review
Bharat Ram (Mahesh Babu) is the son of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister (Sarath Kumar) and he pursues his education at the Cambridge in London. He comes to Hyderabad following the sudden demise of his father and is made the Chief Minister. The rest is all about the reforms he take up in the administration and how he controls the political conspiracies around him.
Mahesh Babu has come up with a very exciting performance in the movie. His looks and styling are very impressive and so is his novel way of dialogue delivery. He walked at ease in comedy and as well as emotional sequences. Kiara Advani is good looking and performed well. Brahmaji is okay while Prakash Raj is effortless. Rest all are okay.
Koratala Siva got good marks as a director and writer with an excellent subject. There are several interesting blocks in the film but somehow the director could not connect or justify them properly. Devi Sri Prasad excelled with the songs as well as the Background score. The Theme song and Vachadayyo Saami comes at good timing. Three action blocks particularly Durga Mahal fight are excellent. Ravi K Chandran and Tirru's camera work is superb while Srikar Prasad's Editing has been okay. Production Values are excellent.
Bharat Ane Nenu is a Political Drama embedded with all sorts of commercial elements. The story picks pace after Mahesh becomes the Chief Minister and some of his decisions after that are shocking. The First Assembly scene is hilarious and the interval bang has no twist. The second half is a treat for the masses. Rachakotha Episodes are excellent. The Pressmeet Episode draws whistles. The dialogues in this scene have a touch to the contemporary politics. The movie slows down a bit before the climax which is also predictable.
Finally, despite some inadequacies in the script, Bharat Ane Nenu is a good Political Drama stuffed with commercial elements. A winner for Mahesh Babu!
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