What Is Good
- Mahesh Babu
- Action scenes
- Production Values
- Goosebumps Moments
What Is Bad
- Romance Portions
- Running Time
The movie begins introducing Bharat Ram (Mahesh Babu) getting his 5th degree at Oxford, and later he comes to India after an unfortunate incident. Situations lead him to turn the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, and he begins to take up the cause of people with his action plans, irking people within his party itself, like Ravishankar. As he continues fighting for serving people, and for the upliftment of them, whether Bharat was able to achieve his mission and keep up his promise of serving people despite oppositions and challenging situations and succeed is what the powerful entertainer Bharat Ane Nenu / Bharat Enum Naan / Bharat Enna Njan is all about.
Mahesh Babu is at his best, and after that extremely mellowed down and underplayed performance in SPYder, where he was completely overshadowed by SJ Suryah. Here, the superstar is at his elements, be it his casual , witty oneliners, or the massy punches (this time with the perfect political coating) aimed at his onscreen opponents, or his trademark action episodes, Mahesh Babu is like an energetic ball of fire on the screen, and impresses with his emoting skills, as he displays a wide transformation from Bharat before and Bharat after an important episode in the movie.
Kiara Advani makes a decent debut, and she is more than a mere eye candy here, as she gets to play a substantial part in Bharat's journey, making it a good start to her Tollywood career. Prakashraj delivers an impressive supporting role as always, and stands tall among the supporting cast, Rao Ramesh proves that he's a veteran when it comes to such roles, and his typical dialogue delivery and casual humour, are a treat for the audience, while the evil gang lead by Ravishankar, Yashpal Sharma, and Devaraj are at their menacing best.
After the rocking rustic numbers in Rangasthalam, Devi Sri Prasad has given his best in a completely contrasting genre, and while he has delivered a stunning background score, of his songs, the Bharat Ane Nenu title song, O Vasumathi , and the Vachadayyo Saamy are worthy, giving the right impact. The top notch cinematography by Tirru and Ravi K Chandran captures the spectacular assembly shots, the colorful visuals of the songs, and the grand sets, and the high octane, massy stunt sequences in all their glory, as Bharat Ane Nenu / Bharat Enum Naan / Bharat Enna Njan is an engaging visual experience. Sreekar Prasad's editing makes sure that there are no drags in the screenplay. Koratala Siva, who has risen to be in the elite league of top directors, with his hattrick of blockbusters, Mirchi,Srimanthudu and Janatha Gargage, has this time opted for treading the unfamiliar terrain, directing a political entertainer, with a huge star like Superstar Mahesh Babu in the lead.
A BIG BOOST at the Box-Office Last week, young hero Karthi's next flick post the success of cop flick Theeran Adhigaaram Ondru, the rural entertainer Kadaikutty Singam was released, and though the movie had a huge star cast, and had emotions and action, it has been finding it tough to sustain at the box office.
- A Gap for Shruti Haasan!
- Sri Reddy is JEALOUS of TRISHA as she gets MORE ATTENTION
- Allu Sirish misses 19-Year-Old Actress
- It's a Wrap for Amy Jackson
- Rakul's Sridevi Avatar...
- 'RX100' will now be remade in Hindi
- Director's controversial statement on Mammooty
- Megha Akash loses hope