‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ Movie review

Movie: Bharat Ane Nenu
Cast: Mahesh Babu, Kaira Advani,Prakash Raj, Sharath Kumar,Sitara, Posani Krishna Murali, Rao Ramesh
Director: Koratala Siva
Music Director: Devi Sri Praad
Producer: D V V Dhanaiah.

Mahesh Babu’s ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ mania has gripped Tollywood for last two three days. Mahesh Babu, who always keeps a safe distance from the politics, has played chief minister for the first time in his career. That’s why the suspense among his fans is unprecedented. His film ‘Srimanthudu’ with the same director Koratala had become Mahesh’s career’s biggest hit. He did not score such a big hit before ‘Srimanthudu’ or after it. ‘Bharat Aney Nenu’ which created huge expectations even before the release, hasworldwide today with 5 a.m. show. Has the movie lived up to the expectations or not? Will find out in this short & sweet review.

As the chief minister, Mahesh Babu has impressed. How a London educated youth after his return to India changes the dirty political system here? What are the problems he faces? How those who believe him betray him? Bharat’s father who is CM dies and in his place Bharat becomes the CM. He realizes that changing politics and the system is not easy. What did he do in this situation? How did he win people’s hearts? The movie with this concept has touched people’s heart.

Considering this, many say that Mahesh Babu is set to once again dominate Tollywood. No need to mention that his fans are celebrating. Director Koratala ensured that the audience don’t feel bored in any way in the first half of the film. Similarly, pre interval episode is also impressive. In the second half, the good concept has further added to the strengths of the movie. Especially, for the mass audience, the fights are superb.

In the second half, the press conference scene, Mahesh Babu’s acting and dialogues are outstanding. Pre-climax scene and climax fight scene are wonderful. The songs have been added appropriately. Especially, ‘Bharat Aney Nenu’ title song, ‘Vacchadaiya swamy’ songs are feast to the eyes. Long second half and longer run time are minuses. Overall..Mahesh-Koratala combination has repeated ‘Shrimantudu’ magic. 

Rating: 3.5/5.0

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