Bharat Ane Nenu Movie Review – Promise Kept

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Movie: Bharat Ane Nenu
Actors: Mahesh Babu, Kiara Advani, Prakash Raj, Sarath Kumar, Rama Prabha, Devaraj, Aamani, Sitara, Posani Krishna Murali, Ravi Shankar, Jeeva, Yashpal Sharma, Rao Ramesh, Ajay, Brahmaji and others
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Cinematographer: Ravi K. Chandran, Thiru
Lyrics: Rama Jogayasthi
Producer: DVV Danayya
Directed by: Koratala Shiva
Banner: DVV Entertainments
TeluguSquare.com Rating 3.5/5

Story:

Cambridge London graduate and UK resident Bharat Ram (Mahesh Babu) is the son of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister (Sarath Kumar). He returns to India with a sudden death of his father. Party activists unanimously select him as the Chief Minister.

After Bharath is sworn in as Chief Minister, he takes the responsibility set righting the state as a reformer. What are the obstacles faced in this order? How did he encounter a political conspiracy against him? His love track with Vasumati (Kiara Advani), How did Bharat finally reach his destination? That is the story!
Performances:

Mahesh Babu is best known for his role in ‘Srimanthudu‘ directed by Kortala. ‘Bharat‘ will be definitely on the list of his best films. He styling, his looks, his dialogues and his stature are impressive. He resembles his father in some scenes. In the emotional and entertaining scenes, he once again made his mark. This is the first Telugu film for Kaira Advani and she looks very pretty. Prakashraj once again lived in the role of his character. The director did not lower any role.

Technically:

The film is at the highest level technically. Devi Sri Prasad background music is big assets. The director used ‘Bharat Ane Nenu‘ and ‘Vaidade Ayoyo Samy‘ songs in a correct timing. Both the songs have elevated the heroism at the highest level. Literature makes sense in the song ‘Vasumati‘. The three action episodes are great without too much violence, bloodshed to suit the class viewers audience. Ravi K. Chandran‘s camera work, Srikar Prasad editing and Selvarajan art gave extra strength. Production values are also at the highest level. This might be the most expensive film of the day. Koratala Siva once again became a storyteller and director. He adds a good point with commercial elements. Compared to his previous films, ‘Bharat Ane Nenu‘ steps ahead.
Analysis:

Bharat Ane Nenu is a political drama. the director used Mahesh Babu image to write elevation and commercial scenes for the film. It would be a mistake if anyone thinks that the political background film will not have a classy touch. The director has made the film to reach all classes including the Mass.

After Bharat Ram becomes CM the film picks the pace and the decision of the Cm will be shocking for audiences. The Love track with Vasumati will be hilarious and even the first time Assembly scenes. Bharat Ane Nenu song background elevates the Hero character to the peaks. There is no big twist in the interval.

The second half is full of mass. Mahesh fans and action lovers will surely like action episodes in the background of ‘Rajakota‘. From that point of time, the story changes rapidly. Songs, combat scenarios, mass elements, politics are better balanced in the second half. The press meet episode leaves us in clappings. The director tried to tell the all emotions through the soul of the film Mahesh. The scenes will replicate the contemporary politics and social conditions. The dialogues used to corner media are thoughtful. The director used the songs well to elevate the hero. After so many elevations, the film falls short at the climax which is very simple. Overall a pakka commercial political entertainer.

Strengths:
+ Mahesh Babu‘s role and acting
+ The storyline
+ Trade values
+ Action Episodes
+ Music

Weaknesses:
– climax

Finally: ‘Bharat Ane Nenu‘ keeps his promise