May 27, 2024
Guntur Kaaram

Guntur Kaaram Elease Date: 12th January 2024

 Evaluation: 3 out of 5

Starring: Mahesh Babu, Sreeleela, Meenakshi Chaudhary, Jagapathi Babu. Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Ramya Krishnan, and others

Trivikram Srinivas, director

S. Radha Krishna, producer

Thaman S. is the music director.

Director of photography: Manoj Paramahamsa

Editor: Nooli Naveen

After a 14-year gap, filmmaker Trivikram Srinivas and superstar Mahesh Babu reunited with Guntur Kaaram, an action-packed emotional drama. Much anticipation around the film’s global theater debut today. See how it works by reading our review.

Story:

Vyra Vasundhara (Ramya Krishnan) left her ten-year-old son Veera Venkata Ramana (Mahesh Babu) behind after an accident. It takes her 25 years to be appointed as a minister. Her father, Venkata Swamy (Prakash Raj), wants Ramana to sign a document claiming that he is not related to his mother, Vasundhara, in order to assure her success in the next elections. As the story progresses, it answers questions about the accident, Venkata Ramana’s response, whether or not he signed the paperwork, what Vasundhara did, and whether or not they were reunited in the end.

 Extra Credits:

With ease, Mahesh Babu assumes the role that everyone has been waiting for, displaying his gritty, tough look that goes well with his mesmerizing Guntur dialect. His devoted fan following has a great experience as his captivating enthusiasm brings life to every frame.

In Guntur Kaaram, Prakash Raj, who is once again superbly cast, gives a remarkable performance in the dual roles of the minister and Mahesh Babu’s grandfather. The two’s on-screen relationship gives the movie a really deep level.

In a narrative that revolves around her character, Ramya Krishnan makes a great impression with her understated yet powerful performance.

While some of the other cast members give mediocre performances, Mahesh Babu and Vennela Kishore’s banter and humorous exchanges make genuine moments of amusement.

Negative Points:

Trivikram’s narrative falls short of being a strong screenplay writer and an engaging storyline, which is the film’s main drawback. The dull writing detracts from emotionally charged situations, which lowers audience interest overall.

There are too many sequences in Guntur Kaaram with people who don’t really add much to the main story. The underutilization of brilliant actors, like Meenakshii Chaudhary, Rahul Ravindran, Jagapathi Babu, Rao Ramesh, and Jayaram, adds to the film’s faults.

Technical Aspects:

Both as a writer and director, Trivikram Srinivas is unable to make a lasting impression. An audience-relevant and more poignant plot would have greatly increased the movie’s allure. Unfortunately, Thaman’s musical contribution isn’t up to par.

The cinematography by Manoj Paramahamsa is up to par, but editor Navin Nooli can still do better, especially when it comes to cutting out superfluous scenes. The significant investment made by the producers guarantees the film’s visually stunning presentation.

Verdict:

Guntur Kaaram, which mostly makes use of Mahesh Babu’s character, accent, and one-liners, manages to be humorous at times. However, some of its shortcomings, like a weak storyline, a sluggish screenplay, and pointless scenes, might keep it from being as well-known as it could. Mahesh Babu fans may find Guntur Kaaram interesting despite its appeal to a certain portion of the public during Sankranthi due to the actor’s solo performance in a compelling and charming role.

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