Assembly scenes highlight of ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’?

Mahesh Babu

In every film Koratala Shiva gives a good message. In ‘Mirchi’, he brilliantly showed through Prabhas that factionalism can be eliminated by love and not by revenge. ‘Shrimanthudu’ was about the concept of adopting a village. Mahesh Babu, who comes from a rich family, faces all odds to develop the village. In ‘Janata Garage’, NTR was not only shown as environment lover but it also gave a message that wicked can be punished for the society’s good. Koratala makes all his movies on concepts which are for the good of the society. For the second time, he has made a film with Mahesh Babu. ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ is also about cleansing the politics. “I will make the political leaders stand by what they promise” is Mahesh’s powerful dialogue in the movie. Such dialogues have increased the expectations and craze.

After the release of the trailer, the expectations from ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ have not only further increased but the film has become most trending on social media. Till yesterday, it was Ram Charan’s ‘Rangasthalam’ which was dominating the social media but today ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ is rocking. In ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ which started making waves with trailer and making videos, Koratala has not only focused on politics but has shot dramatic assembly scenes. These scenes are for a duration of about 15 minutes. It is being said that these scenes are the main highlights of ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’.Koratala and team ensured that the money spent on assembly set is not wasted. The scenes are said to be very impressive. There is talk some key scenes have been included in the second half. No matter how stylish is the film, it can’t do without action scenes and the filmmaker has ensured this. In ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ which is set to hit the screens in another 10 days, Mahesh-Kiara Advani romantic track is also said to have come up superbly.

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