Director : V. V. Vinayak
Producer : Ram Charan
Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
Starring : Chiranjeevi, Kajal Aggarwal
Well the much awaited movie has finally front of us and the film was created huge buzz before its release. Audiences and we are highly waited for the release and finally the movie has released today. Chiranjeevi’s comeback film after nine long years, the masala entertainer has hit the screens today and let’s see how it turns out to be.
Story and Script Analysis
The story of the movie has revolve around Kaththi Seenu (Chiranjeevi) a very happy young man and he always escape from jail and comes in a village. A group of farmers’ fight against a corporate company, which wants to grab their lands by hook or crook. In the movie Chiranjeevi plays dual roles and he fights for farmers.
The social activities are arrested by police As the story progresses, Chiranjeevi(Thief) understands the real issue and Criminal listens to all problems of farmers and finally decided to help farmers from MNC company who wants to steal their lands and His plans against company Shows how script plays a major role. There, he comes to know that Shankar’s life is miserable as he is the only man who is helping the downtrodden farmers of his village.
When the movie has started we don’t judge that Chiranjeevi has back after 9 year he looks like a young guy. Even after all these years, Chiru’s screen presence, comedy timing, and performance have not gone down one bit. Witt the good dance moves and phenomenal performance impressed us. The first half of the film is quite breezy with a thumping interval block. V.V Vinayak has made use of Chiranjeevi Potential & delivered Powerful Paisa Vasool Massy film with a few twist in both halves. Overall Go for it. One of the Best Movie of Mega Star.
Khaidi No. 150 has a mega treat for fans as Megastar Chiranjeevi is returning back with not one, but a double role. Chiranjeevi plays 2 roles in Khaidi no. 150 so there would be no doubt that fans would be ready to see Chiranjeevi in 2 roles. The film stars Kajal Aggarwal as Chiranjeevi’s love interest. There are no solid confrontational scenes between the hero and the villain which would have elevated the film to another level. Though the problems of farmers are elevated well, the solution given during the climax looks quite cleashed.
Coming to the director Vinayak, he has done a wonderful job with the film. Kudos to him for adapting the remake according to Chiru’s stature and presenting him in a way which fans were missing from a long time. Right from Chiru’s performance to showcasing the farmers’ problems, Vinayak has narrated the film in a decent way. Had he tightened the second half and wrapped up the climax quickly, the effect would have been even better. From the technical point of view, Storyline & screenplay are engaging, eye-catching Cinematography, top notch background score, Its 1st and 2nd half are totally terrific.