- Producer : S. Radha Krishna
- Staring : Pawan Kalyan, Keerthy Suresh, Anu Emanuel, Aadhi Pinishetty, Rao Ramesh, Boman Irani
- Director : Trivikram Srinivas
- Music Director : Anirudh Ravichandran
Finally, here it is, the much awaited has finally hit the screens, the demi-god of many has shown up, at last, breaking all the suspense which it held for months, alright days at least, every fan of him have eagerly awaited the film’s release since the teaser went live, and the expectations hiked soon after the breezy number (Baitikochi Chuste) hit the YouTube. The pre-release event, Director Trivikram’s speech, Pawan Kalyan’s regular gesture, Anirudh’s music, the happening female leads, the awestruck star cast like Boman Irani from Bollywood, Kushboo from Kollywood, Aadhi Pinishetty a crazy hero turned villain, ufff! everything set for a landmark film (#PSPk25) of Pawan Kalyan, well, forget about the others, but Pawan Kalyan fans have already fastened their seatbelts for enjoying a phenomenal ride, but who knows, the movie would be so terrible ( sorry Pawan Kalyan fans, but it really is, hope you too are aware of that).
Before getting into any analysis lets take a quick trip of the story, a business magnate (Boman Irani) is murdered along with his son (not Pawan Kalyan), and a hidden, secret, stashed away son (Pawan Kalyan) emanates from nowhere in order to avenge his father’s death in a very least entertaining way possible, so why Balasubramanyam is hidden? who killed Vinda (Boman Irani)? etc form the remaining plot.
Trivikram, a director who has never disappointed with his prior films, this time has broken his record, his commercially flop movies like Khaleja, for example, have a respect among the audience, but sadly ‘Agnyathavaasi’ wouldn’t even gain that, if we are sure. This time Trivikram has come up with a French film Freemake( have to call it as there were no credits) ‘Largo Winch’, whereas the plot is almost the same. Well, the saddest part is the film ‘Largo Winch’ has poor ratings on the demanded websites, and we wonder what made Trivikram to chose such a plot and spent crores of rupees on a film in which Pawan Kalyan, a star, is featured.
Pawan Kalyan is given a task where he should behave like Pawan Kalyan, and the female leads who literally slap each other for Pawan Kalyan haven’t got anything to do besides falling for Pawan Kalyan soon after a single scene, no wait, two scenes, and yes one has to agree the fact that Anu Emanuel has got a great cleavage than her expressions, Keerthy Suresh has done her part well, though she doesn’t have anything to do much. Aadhi Pinishetty’s character intro creates intrigue about his character behavior, but yet again sadly he has a very limited screen presence, he is one good actor for sure. Kushboo, Boman Irani, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma ( and the regular star cast of Trivikram’s) were as usual.
On whole, doesn’t know about the Pawan Kalyan’s fans but the other audience might sure be disappointed by the film and so the fans of Trivikram.