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Tollywood legend Legendary actor One and Only megastar Chiranjeevi as hero, Nayanthara and Tamannah as heroines, Bollywood Big B Amitabh, Kichcha Sudeep are part of Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy “. The film, based on the biography of Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy, the first independent fighter from India and Andhra Pradesh, was released today with huge expectations. The story goes that Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy (Chiranjeevi) was the king of Rayanadu in the 18th. But the British who are already over India are trying to invade India. Narasimha Reddy’s consequences after that What? You have to know what they are leading towards.

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Movie Review

The first is for the megastar Chiranjeevi. The words of Megastar fans in a new role that has not been seen in all the decades so far is not enough to justify the performance of Megastar. Megastar Chiranjeevi that his dream project is to understand why everyone had to see this movie. Is Asula really the first freedom activist like Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy? Needless to say. In addition to one megastar, another megastar Amitabh is cast as Gosai Venkannaga who is the mentor of Narasimha Reddy. Ok Niharika has done a good job Jagapathi Babu’s career is yet another good one.

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy First Half Review

The movie starts with the voiceover of Powerstar Pawan Kalyan where he explains how Britishers entered India. Anushka enters as Jhansi Laxmi Bai and she is introducing Uyyalavada NarasimhaReddy and revealing about his birth, his childhood. Amitabh Bachchan is introduced as the Guru of Narasimha, Venkanna who teaches him how to be a saint and also a warrior. A large Jathara is being held and Chiranjeevi makes an entry with an underwater sequence along with a host of other characters which include Tamannaa, Jagapathi Babu, Ravi Kishan and Mukesh Rishi. Sudeep also makes an entry as the cunning Avaku Raja who is against Chiru(Narasimha) as of now. Time for the grandly picturized ‘Jaagore Narasimha Jaago Re’ song. Amidst some romance between Narasimha and Lakshmi played by Tamannaah where he proposes her, some serious rebel also started against the Britisher’s tax system. A strict officer is being sent to counter Narasimha. Raghu Babu plays his assistant. After a small twist in the story, Narasimha gets married to Nayanthara. The film is slowly losing track and the proceedings are becoming dull. Time for the first fight between Narasimha Reddy vs the British officer and his soldiers. The fight is good and will please Megastar fans. After Narasimha chops off the British officer it is a full-on war between him and Britishers.

The film opens interestingly and then slips into boring narration and melodrama in between. There is a lag whenever the romantic portions are being shown. The film picks up nicely before the interval. The interval bang is good. The action episodes are the highlight of the first half and they give enough kick to the Mega fans. If the second half carries the same momentum and if the war scenes have come out well then we will have a solid winner in the form of Sye Raa.

The first half of the film was a bit slow-paced with not much story except the pre-interval episode but the second half picked up pace and maintained the momentum till the climax with good action scenes and direction. The climax is emotional but might turn out to be a bit over-the-top for millennials who are exposed to world cinema. Chiranjeevi has done a magnificent job and rightly justifies his title Megastar. Though his getup looked odd in some scenes he covered it up with good performance. Among the others, Vijay Sethupathi and Sudeep got meaty roles. Tamannaah overshadowed Nayanthara as far as histrionics are concerned. The production values are world-class and we have to appreciate producer Ram Charan’s efforts to make his father’s dream come true by producing such mega-budget film.

The songs are situational and the BGM gave the much-needed patriotic feel to the movie. The story of the film is not very new and we have seen such innumerable films in the past. But we can’t expect more from outdated writers like Paruchuri Brothers. Sai Madhav Burra has written good dialogues. Surender Reddy has done a decent job handling such a huge budget film and he succeeded. The film is watchable for its grandeur, action scenes, good patriotic flavor and of course Megastar. But if more care was taken in terms of the first half and some action scenes in the second half, Sye Raa would have been a Blockbuster. The film will do well because of the hype and holiday season but how far it will go only time will tell.

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy Second Half Review

The second half starts with all the kings turning against Narasimha Reddy as he refuses to become the slave of Britishers like them. The farmers stand with him and he forms an army of farmers. The training scenes going on. A lengthy war sequence going on between Narasimha Reddy and the Britishers. Nayanthara gives birth to a baby boy. In the meanwhile, Sudeep comes and joins hands with Narasimha Reddy. One by one all kings and freedom fighters join hands with Narasimha Reddy including the Tamil freedom fighter Vijay Sethupathi. Time for the goosebumps-inducing title song ‘O Sye Raa’ which has been shot like never before. Just amazing! One of the main characters tries to backstab Narasimha reddy but something unpredictable happens which is exciting to watch on-screen. The second half is moving at a thrilling pace with some good action scenes and storytelling. Tamannaah gets arrested by the Britishers and she fights with them which ends in a tragic unexpected twist. Another war sequence is going on where Narasimha Reddy and his team taking on the British head-on. Another backstab on Narasimha and this time he falls for it and Britishers arrest him. The end credits rolling with a great heartfelt tribute to the freedom fighters of India who fought against the tyranny of the British brave heartedly. The End With a long emotional climax, the story of the great warrior Uyyalavada Narasimha Reddy comes to a sad but proud end.

Plus Points:

  • Huge settings and VFX
  • Cinematography
  • Construction values

Minus Points:

  • Slightly slower First Half
  • Lack of commercial elements

Watch for the historical Goosebumps moments and Ware sequence. TheNewscrunch Rating – 3.25/5




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