Aravinda Sametha Movie Review: The Reality Behind The Faction Wars
Aravinda Sametha Movie Review: The film has a deadly combination of Guns and Roses which will bring the lovers of 'blood and gore' and die-hard romantics. Aravinda Sametha marks the first time collaboration of Jr NTR and Trivikram Srinivas. This has been a life-long dream for the director. Check out the detailed movie review here...
Most of the films and fictional works related to the faction wars turn out to be quite brutal and nauseous. This kind of genre is filled with a lot of intense fight sequences and there is no room for lighter moments in such kind of films. Aravinda Sametha makes their film appetizing for the Indian audience by adding some lighter moments in the film.
Set in a small town of Andhra Pradesh called Rayalaseema, there is a huge rise of faction wars in the community and fights turn ugly for the smallest reasons. Narapa Reddy (Nagababu) and Basi Reddy (Jagapathi Babu) are longtime rivals who are thirsty for each other's blood. But Raghava (Jr NTR), the only son of Narapa stays away from his family's age-old tradition, he decides to make peace and leaves his hometown. In Hyderabad, he is assigned to protect Aravindha (Pooja Hegde) who decides to make a documentary on faction wars.
The real plot kicks in when he decides to change the perspective of his village by bringing peace and harmony to the village and also ending the bloodthirsty feud between Narapa and Basi Reddy.
Director and writer Trivikram Srinivas has done a good job in taking up this subject and the story is weaved perfectly on the screen too. The new collaboration of Jr NTR and Trivikram Srinivas might churn out many awesome films in the near future after this awesome film.
SS Thaman has stuck to his roots when it comes to giving music to the films. The best part of his music is the Carnatic feel which is so hypnotic that it will still be remembered even now.
Jr NTR has given his finest performance in his decade-old career and Jagapathi Babu plays his role to perfection. You will tend to hate Jagapathi if you watch him off-camera. The actresses have done justice to their roles too, Pooja Hegde lightens up the light-hearted scenes with her body language and fun moments. Veteran Bollywood actress Supriya Pathak carries on her family's legacy in the world of acting when it comes to featuring in a Tollywood film.
Overall, this film is just perfect for most of the intellectuals who are looking for a perfect film with a good story and perfect casting.
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