Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India Movie Review
Allu Arjun, Anu Emmanuel, Arjun, Sharath Kumar
Direction: Vakkantham Vamsi
Producers: Lagadapati Sridhar, Naga Babu, Sirish Lagadapati
Cinematography: Rajeev Ravi
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Stylish star Allu Arjun who is on success spree is back again with another interesting project Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India, under the direction of Vakkantham Vamsi. Amidst huge expectations, the film finally hit the screens, check out the review, to know whether the movie reached the expectations or not.
Surya (Allu Arjun) has strong desire to serve the nation at the border till his last breathe. But because of his short tempered attitude, he is sent out of the army. To get back to the military the officials ask him to get a certificate from the world\'s leading psychologist Rama Krishnamraju (Arjun). He goes to Rama and the rest of the story is whether he changes his attitude or not.
The biggest plus to the story is Surya\'s character. The director has presented Bunny in a never seen before avatar. The aggressiveness, attitude will give goosebumps to the audience. He gave his career best performance. His behavior, dressing sense, romance and emotional sequences is everything top notch.
Like Kick, Race Gurram and Temper, this film also has a super entertaining first half. He took some sensible topics and presented in an interesting and smooth way. From beginning to ending, the action sequences give goosebumps to the audience. The pre climax scenes and the dances needs special mention.
The director managed to present first half in an interesting way but failed to continue the pace in the second half. Apart from two to three scenes, the second half looks a bit disappointing when compared to the first one. Suddenly we can see a drop in the second half after a powerful interval bang.
He failed to present a powerful antagonist role. He didn\'t have much importance in the story. The second half doesn\'t have any interesting scenes or love scenes might make the audience feel bored..
Writer Vakkantham Vamsi proved that he can be an interesting director also with this film. With racy screenplay, powerful dialogues and interesting characters, he has presented this film and bagged success. Even though the second half and the run time might disappoint the audience, but overall the story is fantastic.
Music directors Vishal Sekhar steals the show with their terrific music. The fight scenes will give kick to the audience. Rajeev\'s cinematography is top notch. Editing is good and the production values needs special mention.
One should have their self respect and character and it should be sacrificed to pursue the dreams. This is the message, that Vamsi wanted to convey through this film. From beginning to ending the film has many high octane action sequences and it will definitely impress the audience.
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