Vyooham Movie Review

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Movie: Vyooham

Release Date: 02-03-2024

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Cast: Ajmal Ameer, Manasa Radhakrishnan, Vasu Inturi, Surabhi Prabhavathi, Elena Tuteja, Dhananjay Prabhune

Producer: Dasari Kiran Kumar

Director: Ram Gopal Varma

Sensational director Ram Gopal Varma once again came up with a real life political drama which reflects the ongoing political scenario of Andhra Pradesh. His latest Vyooham released in theatres on March 2nd. Dasari Kiran Kumar has bankrolled the film. Let’s check the review in detail..

Story:

Veera Sekhar Reddy becomes the CM of AP after leading the Bharat Party to power with his padayatra. However, he loses his life in a tragic manner in a helicopter crash. The state MLAs of the Bharat Party send a letter to the National President Sonia (Elena Tuteja) supporting Veera Sekhar Reddy’s son Madan Reddy (Ajmal Ameer) as the CM. But keeping aside their interests, They made Kashaiah (Mallikarjuna Rao) the CM. Then the film follows the narrative of how things changed when Madan decided to undertake the Odarpu Yatra to console people who ended their lives after the demise of his father Veera Sekhar Reddy.

Performances:

Ajmal Ameer as Madan (Jagan), performed well on the screen. He emoted well and delivered dialogues with ease. Maanasa Radhakrishna plays Madan’s wife in the film. She gave a decent performance. Dhananjay Prabhune as Indra Babu Naidu (Chandra Babu) suits well and effectively imitated Chandra Babu’s mannerisms body language. Dharma Teja and Chintu who played the roles of Kiranjeevi (Chiranjeevi) and Shrawan Kalyan (Pawan Kalyan) also resembled them.

Highlights:

Performances

Direction

Gripping Drama

Dialogues

Drawbacks:

Predictable Narration At Times

Analysis:

Vyooham story penned by Ram Gopal Varma is the first of the two part films that explored Jagan’s quest to power. The film starts interestingly with Madan giving orders to arrest Indra Babu which deawa the attention of viewers relating to recent happenings in the state. The following events were narrated in an engaging manner with dialogues resonating the current political landscape.

Though the story gets predictable at times, the relatability and engaging screenplay, direction keeps the attention intact. The songs tuned by Balaji are situational and highlight the emotions according to the scenes. The popular song ‘ravali Jagan, Kavali Jagan ‘ used effectively and created impact. The background music elevated scenes. The editing by Manish Takkur is decent. There are few scenes that slowed the pace of the film. The cinematography by Sajeesh Rajendran reflected the mood of the story. Production values are decent.

Rating: 3.25 /5
Bottom-line: Gripping & Relatable Political Drama

 

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