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Boyapati Srinu’s poor portrayal of government officials receives backlash

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Boyapati Srinu’s Skanda is facing severe criticism for its screenplay and routine plot. This has been a core issue for Boyapati where apart from his collaborations with Balakrishna, not much is working out. Except for Sarrainodu, none of his recent non-Balayya movies have managed to create any impact at the box office.

Another massive criticism that the action director is facing is about how he takes the audience for granted. In the name of creative liberty and packing commercial elements, over-exaggeration is normalized. One of the main reasons for Skanda’s negative talk is the way he showcased the Chief Ministers of Telugu states and police departments were depicted. Even in Akhanda for example, Pragya Jaiswal’s IAS character was a part of some outlandish scenes.

Coming to Skanda, putting two Chief Ministers in a silly conflict was not well accepted by the audience. In addition to this, the way he showed Chief Ministers in the climax looked too unnatural.

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At least now Boyapati Srinu should learn lessons and understand how to balance commercial elements and reality. While taking certain creative liberty is a part of making mass entertainers, doing so in extremes will only make the characters look silly.

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