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Naayak (Nayak)

Naayak (Nayak)

3.6 3,639 Ratings

Directed by : V V Vinayak

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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


“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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Rated 2.0 / 5
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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. Doesn't mean the lowered expectations will make it any better, but, will at least save you from the frustration of watching old ideas executed again in poor taste.

Being the most ordinary even amongst templates, one can easily guess the scene order of the film. Cherry (Ram Charan, ah! it's just like living with them) is a software engineer in Hyderabad. But, there is a Nayak in Calcutta who is killing people as per the template. Kill people to save people, of late our guys are killing more people than the extras they could gather to play 'the protected'.

Promised myself not to delve into smaller stupidities, the larger one is how Nayak and Cherry are two similar looking people. Cherry's first double action film, that's something.

Nayak fills in for the powerful flashback; Cherry takes care of the light hearted first half with the moves and punches. And then there's a song with two Charans and both the girls towards the end (go template!).

Ram Charan is turning a little eye friendly and maybe I am hallucinating, but, he seemed a little at ease with the one they put off until they learn to dance and build a body, acting. He might shine if he's treated as an actor, which I don't really think is possible.

Vinayak's debut (Aadi) was quite impressive. The film's got a tight screenplay and has that pulp look to it. As long as he's making the same film, it would be interesting if at least the inevitable (the many action sequences) can be made visually attractive.

For those who don't mind our standard commercials with enough insistent humor.

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