NTR: Mahanayakudu Movie Review: Another Sequel, Another Chaos No Offence.
Last Modified On: 22 February 2019 | Reviewed By: Team Moviekoop
The Character Displayed is too Good to be true. All negatives of the Lead Character have been omitted to impress the audience.
Did you watch this movie? How much do you feel it was worth?
Get the facts straight to make things exciting and make people watch. Ntr’s son in the lead leaves no room for the director and the story writer to get the facts right. NTR has been shown like a God. Even though the character has always been a peoples person. The movie seems too good to be true. That’s all!
The movie begins with where the first part left off, NTR diving into politics. Nandamuri Balakrishna playing the role of aged NTR suits perfectly no questions asked, unlike the first part where the character looks too old to be young.
Ok coming to the story, The then PM Indira Gandhi hears the news of NTR joining politics and she prepones the election dates by 8 months to shock NTR so that he loses the elections but people are on his side so he sweeps the elections.
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All this story has been clearly engraved online but still its good to watch it onscreen, at least for some time.
After winning the elections NTR gives a role for his son-in-law Chandrababu Naidu (Played by Rana Daggubati) into his team. He works hard to continue NTR’s winning streak in elections.
Tables turn when Basavatarakam (Played by Vidya Balan) is diagnosed with cancer and NTR with heart disease. They move to America to get treated. As he gets treated Bhaskar Rao wants to grab the seat of CM but NTR’s Fight back to retain his seat forms the story.
The romance with Basavatarakam at times seems unnecessary and has been done just to fill screen time. At least what I felt while watching it.
Rana Daggubati has done a wonderful job as Chandrababu Naidu. Though the complete mutiny of him against NTR is not shown, which has made this movie unrealistic which omitted facts just to impress people.
Songs and some dialogues go with the flow of the movie but at times it feels overwhelming. The direction could have been better but its good enough to convey the message.
Overall you can give it a miss if you already know his history.
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Average Critic Rating:2.5 out of 5.0 based on 3 critic reviews.
Reviewed by: Moviekoop | Rating:
Get the facts straight to make things exciting and make people watch. Ntr’s son in the lead leaves no room for the director and the story writer to get the facts right. NTR has been shown like a God. Even though the character has always been a peoples person. The movie seems too good to be true. That’s all! Read full review
Times of India
Reviewed by: Suhas Yellapantula | Rating:
Just over a month after its first part NTR: Kathanayakudu, the much-awaited political journey of former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister NT Rama Rao came to life in Krish Jagarlamudi’s NTR: Mahanayakudu. Right at the outset, the audience has an idea about what’s going to unfold in front of them for the next couple of hours – NTR’s political journey is well documented after all. And yet, the filmmaker seems confused about what kind of a film he wants it to be – a love story or a dramatic thriller – and as the film progresses, it becomes a mix of both, and less of a biopic that it’s meant to be. Read full review
Reviewed by: Janani K | Rating:
Director Krish Jagarlamudi does not waste time and delves straight into NTR Mahanayakudu from where he left the first part, NTR Kathanayakudu, which is the announcement of Telugu Desam Party (TDP). What happens next projects NTR as a man who has no bad intention at all. A man who wants to do good for the people and not take anything in return. Perhaps that statement is the agenda of the film too. NTR Mahanayakudu is a clever film that concentrates only on the good parts of NTR's life. Read full review
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