June 18, 2024
Prathinidhi 2

Prathinidhi 2 Cast: Ajay Ghosh, Uday Bhanu, Indraja, Sapthagiri, Sree Lella, Nara Rohit, and Tanikella Bharani Murthy Devagupthapu, director Producers: Surendranath Bolineni, Anjaneyulu Srithota, and Kumar Raja Batthula Mahati Swara Sagar’s music, under the banner of Vanara Entertainments, Rana Arts

Movies that come out around election season frequently deal with politics, social issues, democracy, and the hardships of people. Films with political themes frequently attempt to win over voters with their narrative, as people are also preoccupied with election fever and the urge to cast their ballots. Sometimes the underlying message in these kinds of articles tries to sway voters’ opinions. Check out the box office performance of “Prathinidhi 2,” which was directed by journalist turned-filmmaker Murthy Devagupthapu.


Journalist Che, also known as Chetan (Nara Rohit), is a man who flaunts his morality and integrity. A few of the events from his early years drove him to pursue a career in journalism. As soon as he assumes leadership of the NNC media outlet, he conducts in-depth investigations and exposes the corrupt practices of State political figures. Everything went haywire when Chief Minister Prajapathi (Sachin Khedekar) was the target of an assassination attempt. What caused the CM to be killed? that are the people that are trying to kill someone? What information about the case did the CBI probe reveal? In summary, what role does Che play in discovering the truth?


After a protracted absence, Nara Rohit returns to the big screen. Despite having fewer opportunities to give monologues than in his role in “Prathinidhi,” his on-screen persona had a profound impact on this story that was critical of the YSRCP.

Sachin Khedekar’s tenure as Prajapathi Chief Minister had a positive effect. Jisshu Sengupta has also given his character more nuance.

As a political analyst, Ajay Ghosh seemed somewhat strange and had little effect. In the movie, Uday Bhanu also has nothing to be proud of.


Prathinidhi 2 is a rather interesting notion overall, but its shallow writing prevents the movie from making its intended impact. As a sincere journalist, Nara Rohit excels, and the first part is ok with some interesting situations. However, the second half’s scenes are poorly written and fall flat like a pack of cards. Even while the movie has the potential to be a sincere political drama, it ultimately fails.

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