Remarkable how NOTHING NEW is attempted by big budget movie- makers!! The same old 'porridge' is regurgitated and spat out at audiences !!
Fight sequences, dancing with blonde babes, duets in foreign locales and, and, and...... .....that's it! Got nothing more. Sorry folks.
The only scenes worth watching are the ones given to Brahmanandam. Finally he is given dialogues worthy of him! In fact the comedians have the only worthwhile roles here - they are the only silver lining in this long, long movie.
The movie does not warrant the hype. The half empty theatre is hopefully the Telugu audience's refusal to accept absolutely stale stories.
Kajal Aggarwal does not warrant any mention except maybe 'nice skin' !
Dear Amala Paul. Sultry bathroom scenes maketh not one an actress. And a quiz for the audience - saree with sneakers or saree with Ugg boots ...choose please and let Ms. Paul know which of the two is least acceptable.
Ram Charan . Hmmm. With a dyed-in-wool filmi background, he should have the risk taking ability to lead from the front and try newer and better scripts. Disappointing. But nice hair, man !!
The Story : Hero=good . Pomegranate juice=blood. Action=dishum,dishum. Villian=bad. Bone and skull macerating crunch-crunch = stunts. Whew !! The silliness goes up a notch post intermission.
Charmee as an item girl at a 'colony wedding' wearing very sensible black sandals (but not very sensible clothes) and surrounded by firang babes (yet again!!!!!) does not add any value to this movie.
Recycling an older popular song and a clip from Pawan Kalyan's movie will also not salvage this movie. Sorry.
Having two Ram Charans does not cut it either.