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Naayak (Nayak)

In theaters : January 09, 2013

Naayak (Nayak)
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Naayak (Nayak)
3.1
DM rating:

3.1/ 50 - 3,108 Ratings 5

Critic rating:

3.3/5 - 3 Ratings

Naayak (Nayak) Movie Rating, Reviews (2013) - Telugu Film - Trailer, Release, Cast - Desimartini.com

Verdict: Naayak is an entertainer for the masses. The screenplay and Ram Charan Teja's performance make it a one time watch despite Vinayak's repetition of ideas.

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Plot: The film revolves around a boy who fights hard to fulfill his fathers ambition. Ram Charan Teja would play a dual role in the film for the first time in his career

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Raja Satish
Raja Satish Movie Jockey
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Naayak (Nayak) Review - Celebration of commercial cinemaJan 28, 2013NewsThe magnificent number SEVEN has taken the world by storm since time immemorial. Seven wonders, Seven notes (sapta swaras), Seven deadly sins, Seven seas, Seven colors and many more. This magical number spread its wings to the tinsel town and they are churning stories with the help of seven people - directors and writers. So, are there just seven stories in the industry that are rehashed again and again to get a hotchpotch yet breakthrough product? Some stories are born out of personal experiences, or inspiration from plays, movies, books and myriad sources. Such stories exude a lot of life. But most of the stories in recent time are akin to a mosaic with tiles assimilated from various sources. Be it Bollywood, Kollywood or Tollywood, everyone is treading the same path. All said and done, it's not an easy job to present an old wine in a new bottle. This stage is set to fathom the depths of Naayak, a film by V V Vinayak, and get a taste of its high fliers and low liers. Read the full review here http://insidethecelluloid.blogspot.in/2013/01/movie-review-naayak-telugu-celebration.htmlRaja Satish Naayak (Nayak) Review - Celebration of commercial cinema Jan 28, 2013
2.5/5

The magnificent number SEVEN has taken the world by storm since time immemorial.

Seven wonders, Seven notes (sapta swaras), Seven deadly sins, Seven seas, Seven colors and many more. This magical number spread its wings to the tinsel town and they are churning stories with the help of seven people - directors and writers. So, are there just seven stories in the industry that are rehashed again and again to get a hotchpotch yet breakthrough product? Some stories are born out of personal experiences, or inspiration from plays, movies, books and myriad sources. Such stories exude a lot of life. But most of the stories in recent time are akin to a mosaic with tiles assimilated from various sources. Be it Bollywood, Kollywood or Tollywood, everyone is treading the same path. All said and done, it's not an easy job to present an old wine in a new bottle. This stage is set to fathom the depths of Naayak, a film by V V Vinayak, and get a taste of its high fliers and low liers. Read the full review here http://insidethecelluloid.blogspot.in/2013/01/movie-review-naayak-telugu-celebration.htmlview less
Padma Priya
Padma Priya Movie Jockey
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NaayakJan 10, 2013
2.0/5
Remarkable how NOTHING NEW is attempted by big budget movie- makers!! The same old 'porridge' is regurgitated and spat out at audiences !!Fight s... read more
Rohit Penumatsa
Rohit Penumatsa Movie Jockey
6541
NayakJan 9, 2013
2.0/5
V.V.Vinayak has always been the go to template (zero original content) director. One should really know what to expect based on the reputation. Do... read more
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