Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’ To Begin Journey With Around 15-25 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 2 October 2019
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Jenny Umbhau, Tamannaah Bhatia
Director: Surrender Reddy
Genre: Action, Drama, History 
Producers: Surrender Reddy
Production companies: Konidela Production Company

Surender Reddy’s Chiranjeevi starrer ‘Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy’ is hitting screens on October 2, not just in Telugu but also in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam.
The film also stars Nayanthara and Tamannah in lead roles apart from Vijay Sethupathi, Kichcha Sudeep, Jagapathi Babu and Brahmaji in key roles with Amitabh Bachchan, Anushka Shetty and Niharika Konidela starring in cameos. ‘Sye Raa’ tells the story of Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy, one of the first freedom fighters who rose against the British East India Company. Set 10 years prior to the first Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy of Independence in 1857, an emperor from Rayalaseema who led a happy life decided to lead a revolution against the unjust treatment meted out to his people. He teams up with leaders of other regions in the country to reach his goal.

‘Sye Raa’ sees a story penned by Paruchuri Brothers, with music by Amit Trivedi, BGM by Julius Packiam, cinematography by Rathnavelu and editing by Sreekar Prasad. The film has a run-time of 171 minutes and has been certified U/A by the censor board. ‘Sye Raa’ was shot on a massive budget with Rs 75 Cr spent just on the much-hyped climax fight sequence choreographed by London-based stunt choreographers Greg Powell, Lee Whittaker and Ram-Laxman. Ram Charan has produced the film, to fulfil his father Chiranjeevi’s dream to act in a costume drama.


In the film Chiranjeevi plays the role of the titular freedom fighter, Sudeep as Avuku Raju, Vijay Sethupathi as Raja Paandi, Jagapathi Babu as Veera Reddy, Nayanthara as his wife Siddhamma, Tamannaah as classical dancer Lakshmi, Ravi Kishan as Basi Reddy, Amitabh Bachchan as Narasimha Reddy’s guru Gosayi Venkanna and Anushka Shetty as Jhansi Lakshmi Bai.
Calling ‘Sye Raa’ a ‘universal subject’, Chiranjeevi stated in a recent interview, “More than just being a visual wonder, the film has an emotional core that will resonate with everyone.” The actor is known for commercial films that showcase his dancing skills and sense of humour, so getting into the skin of Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy wasn’t easy, said the actor in the interview. “Transforming into Narasimha Reddy required mental prep. It’s such an intense character minus all the commercial frills that I had to not just transform but also work hard to do justice to it,” he added.
With expectations super high on the film and fans gearing up for the film’s release, complete with massive cut-outs and flexis, it remains to be seen how it’ll fare.

War’ To Begin Journey With Around 23-30 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 2 October 2019
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff, Vaani Kapoor
Director: Siddharth Anand
Genre: Action, Thriller 
Producers: Siddharth Anand
Production companies: Yash Raj Films

Hrithik Roshan- and Tiger Shroff-starrer film War is all set to release in India on October 2. The Gandhi Jayanti release promises high octane action clubbed with peppy songs and amazing visuals. While we have to wait for another day to watch Hrithik and Tiger come together on the big screen, a popular Dubai-based critic Umair Sandhu has already watched War, and given the action film four-and-a-half stars out of five.

Calling the film director Siddharth Anand's finest effort so far, the film critic took to Twitter and said, "#War is #SiddharthAnand's finest effort so far. The execution of the subject is such, you just can't help get transported to a world of make-believe. Action sequences as also the stunts do complete justice to the genre & the Indian audiences are bound to gasp with disbelief. 4.5/5"Umair Sandhu tweeted, “First Review #War from Overseas Censor Board ! If you are looking high-octane action scenes, sleek visuals, Rocking music and if you love masala movies, then #War should definitely be your pick for this extended weekend. #HrithikvsTiger will BLOW you. 4 and a half stars.”

In another tweet, he wrote, “First Review #War from Overseas Censor Board ! #HrithikRoshan transforms into a meat machine with #WAR, the actor makes you wonder, is there anything he can’t do? He’s the life and soul of the movie. #TigerShroff holds his own especially when in face-offs with Hrithik. 4.5/5”

Sandhu added, “#War is #SiddharthAnand’s finest effort so far. The execution of the subject is such, you just can’t help get transported to a world of make-believe. Action sequences as also the stunts do complete justice to the genre & the Indian audiences are bound to gasp with disbelief. 4.5/5”

Giving the film a four and a half stars, he added, “First Review #War ! #TigerShroff also gave Tough Competition to #HritikRoshan the movie. He also Stole the Show all the way. #VaaniKapoor looking Stunning & HOT in the movie. She also acts well. This will shatter previous records and set new ones. BLOCKBUSTER. 4 and a half stars.”

Finally pronouncing War a blockbuster, Umair summed up his review as, “BREAKING NEWS : First Review #War from UAE Censor Board :
■ #HrithikRoshan & #TigerShroff gave Top Notch Performances.
■ The film’s action sequences are bound to take your breath away.
■ Full on Racy Screenplay & Climax will Blow your mind.
4 and a half stars.”

Namma Veetu Pillai’ To Begin Journey With Around 4-6 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 27 September 2019
Cast: Sivakarthikeyan, Aishwarya Rajesh, Anu Emmanuel  
Director: Pandiraj
Genre: Action, Comedy, Drama
Producers: Pandiraj
Production companies: Sun Pictures,

It is to director Pandiraj’s credit that he manages to weave in adequate elements of love, sentiment and friendship in the dozen or more major characters that dominate the screenKollywood threw up Otha Seruppu last week that had Parthiban at the start of the film, and had only him throughout. There, he was alone and almost engaging in a storytelling session with the audience. This week’s release, the Sivakarthikeyan-starrer Namma Veetu Pillai (NVP) is starkly different. When we see Arumpon (Sivakarthikeyan) first, post a lengthy story narrated by his grandfather (Bharathirajaa) detailing their family tree, he is in the middle of a kabaddi match. Hundreds are cheering him from the sidelines. The frame is filled with people, and the cinema hall is filled with sounds from trumpets and nadaswarams.

That’s a sound you’ll hear for the rest of 150-odd minutes of Namma Veetu Pillai, a film that brings back to theatres some elements that Tamil cinema has long been associated with – ‘thangachi-annan pasam’ (brother-sister affection), tonnes of festivals and heck, even a liberal dose of melodrama. It is to director Pandiraj’s credit that he manages to weave in adequate elements of love, sentiment and friendship in the dozen major characters (yes!) that will dominate the screen.Storyline: A brother’s affection for his sister comes to test after she gets married


There is also conflict at the centre-stage of the film that is not quite direct. It arises thanks to Ayyanaar (Natty, an actor who I have been rooting for since En Kitta Modhadhey) who stands between this almost-sachcharine affection between Arumpon and Thulasi (Aishwarya Rajesh in a strong role done well). NVP is the tale of how the brother dotes on his sister and how he has to deal with her marriage to Ayyanar, someone Arumpon is not particularly friends with.

I wished that this ‘enemity’ had become the core of NVP, but Pandiraj has other ideas, ones that are partly engaging. There’s a major flashback in the second, which details the friendship between Arumpon’s dad and his bestie. A Hindu-Muslim angle presents itself. Village festivals and weddings go by. All these might remind you a bit of Rajinikanth’s Petta, but NVP is clearly not a star vehicle. It takes on severely-emotional tangents towards the end, probably justifying Pandiraj’s dig at his own work, terming it Pasamalar’s latest version.

Sivakarthikeyan comes to NVP after two not-so-favourable outings (Seema Raja and Mr Local), and this setting is, clearly, his turf. He aces the emotional scenes, and his camaraderie with Soori, though short, is enjoyable. His romance track with Maangani (Anu Immanuel) is a direct lift from the sequences of many of his own earlier films, but there is composer Imman’s score and Nirav Shah’s frames to cheer for.

The editing reminded me of the kind of cuts in a director Hari film (festivals and friendships blossom within the space of a few scenes and songs, and disappear even faster), but packaging them all neatly in limited time, and not letting the audience get bored, certainly spells ‘task accomplished’ in bold.


It Chapter Two’ To Begin Journey With Around 70-80 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 6 September 2019
Cast: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader  
Director: Andy Muschietti
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Producers: Andy Muschietti
Production companies: KatzSmith Productions, Lin Pictures

IT Chapter Two is playing in cinemas, but while the sequel is an ambitious effort, it can't match the heights scaled by 2017's IT Chapter One. Both movies were directed by Andy Muschietti, adapting the twin storylines of Stephen King's novel IT into two separate features. Both have been commercial hits, although IT Chapter 2 won't beat the first movie at the box-office, while IT 2's reviews aren't as strong as the original's either.

The first IT was something of a surprise hit in 2017, at least in terms of just how good and successful it was, earning rave reviews and becoming the highest-grossing horror movie of all-time. Mostly starring a cast of teenagers, such as Finn Wolfhard and Sophia Lillis, alongside Bill Skarsgård's Pennywise the Dancing Clown, it captured the same 80s coming-of-age nostalgia feel that's made Stranger Things so popular. IT Chapter Two takes place 27 years later, with Skarsgård back as Pennywise. Although the kids do return in flashbacks, they're mostly replaced by a starry adult cast, including James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, and Bill Hader.Despite so much shared creative talent and source material, IT Chapter 1 is a far superior film than its sequel. That's partly because of just how good it is, along with some (admirable) failings of IT Chapter Two, and also because of King's book as well.

Both IT and IT Chapter 2 are based on Stephen King's epic novel and, as with any adaptation, both make changes to the text, either because elements wouldn't work on-screen, for length, or because they might not play well in a modern live-action film (like IT's infamous orgy scene). But what matters most is capturing the tone and feel of the book, and in that department, IT Chapter 1 is a clear winner over its sequel.It might've taken out some of the really weird elements from King's IT book, like the turtle, but it really brought to life that mix of horror, humor, and heart that has helped make IT such an enduring work of fiction. That should extend to the second movie, but unfortunately it's lacking more than just weirdness, as it cuts down on all of those other elements as well. That might be more forgivable if it better tackled the themes of shared trauma and growing up with (or past) that as in King's novel, but here too it can't quite hit the mark, resulting in an uneven tone that doesn't quite mesh with either the novel or the movie that came before it.

Kaappaan’ To Begin Journey With Around 10-15 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 20 September 2019
Cast: Mohanlal, Suriya, Arya 
Director: K.V. Anand
Genre: Action, Thriller 
Producers: K.V. Anand
Production companies: Lyca Productions

Fans had been super-excited about Suriya and Mohanlal teaming up for Kaappaan and the trailers also promised a camaraderie that you would look forward to. The film started off really well with a scene where Suriya, who plays the role of Kathir, plants bombs in a moving train. Director KV Anand portrays Kathir as an antagonist in the beginning which later transitions to him being the hero. Kathir is a Military Intelligence Officer who gets appointed by the Prime Minister of India, Chandrakant Varma (played by Mohanlal), as his Head of Security. Now the film juggles between agriculture and terrorism every now and then but doesn’t do a great job with it.

Arya plays the role of Chandrakant’s son, Abhishek, who is a brat but is forced to become the next Prime Minister after his father is assassinated. Sayyeshaa plays the Assistant Press Secretary and Suriya’s love interest in the film. Boman Irani and Chirag Jani play the antagonists in the film. While Boman’s character is quite predictable, Chirag’s character manages to give you a pleasant surprise and keep the intrigue alive in the movie. The makers have only focused on developing the main character instead of doing justice to all the central characters, in terms of writing.

Kaappaan has some very well-choreographed action sequences but it fails to make sense in a lot of scenes. There is also no consistency in the plot and a lot of good actors are wasted in the film. Suriya and Sayyeshaa’s love story that was forcefully added in the film was not convincing, neither did it add a lot to the plot. The makers have tried to merge the struggles of a farmer and terrorism somehow in the plot and it just does not add up.Kathir (Suriya) is a part of the Special protection group of the Indian Prime minister Chandrakant Varma (Mohanlal), and along with Joseph (Samuthirakani) and Prem, protects the PM from deadly situations. However a corporate conspiracy leads to unfortunate events, and the blame falls on Kathir, who now has to prove himself sincere and find the real evil, protect Abhishek Varma (Arya) from the threats, expose the corporate Kingpin Mahadev (Boman Irani) and protect farmers. How Kathir succeeds is what Kaappaan is all about.

Suriya looks stunning as the SPG official, and his fit physique makes the action sequences believable. He displays his emoting skills whenever required as well. Mohanlal is majestic as the prime minister, and delivers an impressive performance in a short yet effective role. Arya as the typical happy go lucky guy guarantees some laughs in the otherwise action packed screenplay, while Sayyeshaa doesn't get much to do except romancing Suriya and being present in several important sequences. Samuthirakani is adequate and his scenes with Suriya are good, while the rest of the cast including Prem, Nagineedu are cast in usual roles. Boman Irani struggles with his lip sync, and his expressions are monotonous, while Chirag Jani joins the list of yet another Hindi import villain from KV Anand stable who fails to leave an impression.

Chhichhore’ To Begin Journey With Around 10-15 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 6 September 2019
Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor
Director: Nitesh Tiwari
Genre: Comedy, Drama 
Producers: Piyush Gupta, Nikhil Mehrotra
Production companies: Fox STAR Studios

When asked about the best days of our life, most of us go into flashback mode and think of our school and college days. The time when friends were family and midnight shenanigans and midnight cravings went hand-in-hand. Nostalgia, accompanied with envy, hits you the moment you see a group of carefree college students. Because time moves in one direction.Nitesh Tiwari, an IIT Bombay passout, taps into this nostalgia and presents us Chhichhore, to evoke our college memories. College dramas are something that the audience, no matter the generation, have always leaned on.

It's the safest bet for a successful film. Some hostel pranks, a college romance, promises to keep in touch with friends, a sports tournament, a tragedy - and you have got yourself a full-on entertainer. (And once in a lifetime, you also have a 3 Idiots. But once in a lifetime.)


Director Nitesh Tiwari, back on the director's chair after the massive blockbuster Dangal, does all of that. He is that first-bencher who would meticulously take down all notes point-by-point and vomit them back on the answer sheet sans any creativity. Chhichhore is a classic case of that very learning the formula to success by rote but not knowing how to apply it in real life syndrome.The film starts with Aniruddh and Maya's (Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor) son involved in a tragedy after failing to secure a coveted seat in India's top engineering college, unlike his father and mother, who were rank holders. This leads to a reunion between Aniruddh and his college friends - Varun Sharma as Sexa, Tahir Raj Bhasin as Derek, Naveen Polishetty as Acid, Tushar Pandey as Mummy and Saharsh Shukla as Bevda.

The gang starts telling stories of their eventful college life to the kid, who can speak clearly in the film despite the circumstances, hoping that their story can improve his condition. So we go into flashback and see the actors narrate to Aniruddh and Maya's son, and us, tales of their lively college life.

The tone of the film is as inconsistent as it can be. In one scene, you will see Sushant sobbing while talking to his son, and in the next, he is planning pranks with his friends in college. The transition is not seamless. Director Nitesh Tiwari aims to have both - past and present - tracks run parallel to each other, but it simply doesn't work. The sudden change of the background score from melancholic tunes to upbeat music too doesn't help the audience understand what Nitesh is trying to do with the film.

Dream Girl’ To Begin Journey With Around 20-25 Crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 13 September 2019
Cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, Nushrat Bharucha
Director: Raaj Shaandilyaa
Genre: Drama,Romance
Producers: Nirmaan Dsingh
Production companies: Balaji Motion Pictures, Prime Focus
Ayushmann Khurrana has played a groom-to-be who discovers he’s suffering from erectile dysfunction, a young man whose middle-aged parents surprise him with the news that they’re having a baby, a recently married fellow who shuns his overweight wife, and a scheming romantic who watches the girl he loves become attracted to the obnoxious proxy he recruited to break her heart. With every one of these characters he’s challenged notions of masculinity and upended the classic image of the ideal Hindi film hero. Of course it was only a matter of time before he impersonated a woman.

In Dream Girl, co-written and directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, he plays Karam, an unemployed young man in Gokul, Mathura, who takes a job at a call centre where women engage in flirtatious phone banter with lonely, desperate callers. It’s not a big stretch for Karam, whose gift for faking the perfect female voice has served him well since he was a boy, playing Sita in the local Ram Leela every year.
Karam ‘becomes’ Pooja once he’s on the phone, and he’s clearly very good at his job. Before long a string of admirers have lost their hearts to Pooja, including a shayiri spouting constable (Vijay Raaz), an obsessed Haryanvi teenager (Raj Bhansali), a virgin bumpkin (Abhishek Banerjee), and a woman whose bad experiences with men have turned her off the gender (Nidhi Bisht). It’s a premise that lends itself to much comedy, but the jokes in Dream Girl are of the broad kind. No problem with that, except that they fast begin to feel overlong, repetitive, and tiring. Also the effort to make the film ‘family friendly’ is very evident, and it robs the film of the adult, risqué humour that a theme like raunchy phone sex organically lends itself to.

The second hour, however, is decidedly more entertaining, not least because it entrusts some of the heavy lifting to Annu Kapoor, cast in the role of Karam’s father, who, in a hilarious twist, starts speaking in fluent Urdu. The senior actor shines, bringing flair to his scenes, although all the Muslim stereotypes that the film insists on perpetuating are troubling.

The film has moments of terrific, inspired comedy; there are scenes that fly. But compared to some of Ayushmann’s recent work – Bareilly Ki Barfi, Shubh Mangal Saavdhaan or Badhaai Ho – this feels like a laboured effort. Director Raaj Shaandilyaa has nothing of any consequence to say about what makes some men (and women) seek refuge in phone friendships and sex. Twice in the film Karam mentions the loneliness of his callers, but the film doesn’t explore that thought even briefly.

The bigger irony, I suppose, is that a film whose subliminal message is about being comfortable embracing one’s feminine side, has little use for its female characters. Karam’s romantic interest, played by Nushrat Bharucha, has precious little to do. The other women are strictly caricatures: the ball-busting lesbian magazine editor, the booze-loving granny, and the poetry-loving policeman’s harridan wife.

Through all its hiccups if there’s one thing that glues the film’s bits together, it’s Ayushmann Khurrana’s uninhibited, confident performance as Karam aka Pooja. He brings grace and dignity to the kind of role that has been reduced to a drag cliché on so many of television’s reality and comedy shows. He makes the film work even when the script fails it repeatedly.