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Bheemla Nayak Review: Mass feast for cinema lovers and fans

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Movie: Bheemla Nayak
Rating: 2.75/5
Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Rana Daggubati, Nithya Menen, Murali Sharma, Samyuktha Menon
Director: Sagar. K. Chandra
Produced By: Sithara Entertainments
Release Date: February 25th, 2022

Powerstar Pawan Kalyan is finally back in front of the audience as a powerful cop with Bheemla Nayak. This action entertainer has faced countless hurdles and delays before its release. Fans over the past few months have waited with bated breath to see Pawan and Rana going all guns blazing at each other. During the promotions, both Trivikram and Naga Vamsi promised the fans a mass feast. Have the makers delivered on their promise? Will the audience get to witness vintage Pawan Kalyan? Let’s find out.

Story: Bheemla Nayak is a dynamic cop in a tribal forest area of Andhra Pradesh. His life takes a massive turn with the entry of Daniel Sekhar (Rana) a retired military man with political ambitions. Danny gets into trouble with the law in Bheemla’s jurisdiction and here starts a game of fire and a clash of egos. Both Danny and Bheemla are at each other’s throats vowing to destroy each other. What happens next over the next couple of hours and how Bheemla and Danny have a go at each other.

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Performances: Pawan Kalyan and uniform is a combination that has always carried a great potential. Pawan’s performance is quite energetic at the same time quite mature and settled. The way he carries Bheemla Nayak’s inner turmoil effectively onscreen in truly applause-worthy. Rana on the other hand is playing the brash and unapologetic Danny and has given his career-best performance so far. The devil may care attitude has been portrayed brilliantly by the actor and he plays a perfect nemesis for Bheemla. It is quite tough to imagine anyone else playing Danny. Nithya Menen has got a meaty role and as always does full justice to her character in a story about male egos and their imminent clash. Samyuktha Menon has made a fine debut and is the one to watch out for in the future. Murali Sharma and Smuthrikani are dependable as always and are perfectly cast.

Analysis: Bheemla Nayak is a superb commercial adaptation of a 3-hour long Ayyappanum Koshiyum trimmed to 2 hours 20 minutes. The film has all the elements to get the masses charged from the first minute. Sagar K Chandra and Trivikram have taken special care to infuse commercial elements into the plot and remove certain songs and scenes from the original that were halting the flow of the film. Ravi K Chandran’s cinematography deserves special mention for capturing some stunning visuals and for portraying the mood of the film brilliantly. The fights although plenty, are a great asset to the film and look quite natural on-screen.

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Plus Points:

  • Pawan Kalyan and Rana
  • Trivikram’s writing
  • Second Half
  • BGM and Elevation
  • Flashback

Minus Points:

  • First half
  • Songs on-screen picturization
  • Lag in some scenes
  • No emotional connect

Verdict: Overall, Bheemla Nayak is a more enjoyable adaptation of Sachy’s original story. The intensity and rivalry have been portrayed a few notches higher and add great value to the film. The movie is louder and faster than the and is the mass entertainer that fans were expecting from Powerstar for quite some time.

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