Chiranjeevi’s Godfather Movie Review: Megastar Chiranjeevi’s previous film, “Acharya,” was a critical and commercial failure that utterly let down his ardent followers. Despite rumours of calamity surrounding his “Acharya” picture, Chiranjeevi’s Godfather remains unscathed by pre-release sales and was ultimately released in theatres today to unprecedented levels of excitement. Let’s examine this star-studded film in depth to see whether it will become a hit or if Telugu audiences will be let down by yet another fiasco.
A number of robbers passing themselves off as politicians seized power following the passing of a political Godfather. A few names, including the God’s banished favourite Brahma, are revealed when concerns about the God’s succession are raised. Sathyapriya, the political godfather’s daughter, is highly dissatisfied with those who suggested Brahma as the replacement. What caused Sathyapriya to despise Brahma, and what circumstances led to this? In what ways did Brahma relieve Satyapriya and her family of their problems? Jaidev: Who is he? By the film’s conclusion, every one of these queries will have been resolved.
Cast & Crew
Salman Khan, Nayanthara, Puri Jagannadh, Satya Dev, Sunil, Murali Sharma, Samuthirakani, Brahmaji, and Tanya Ravichandran also have significant roles in the Godfather movie starring Megastar Chiranjeevi. Mohan Raja is the film’s director, and Ram Charan, NV Prasad, and RB Choudary worked together with Konidela Productions and Super Good Films to produce it. Nirav Shah is in charge of the cinematography, and Thaman is in charge of the music.
|Music Director||Thaman S|
|Producer||Ram Charan, NV Prasad & RB Choudary|
|Genre||Action, Crime, Drama|
|Cast||Megastar Chiranjeevi, Salman Khan, Nayanthara, Puri Jagannadh, Satya Dev, Sunil, Murali Sharma, Samuthirakani, Brahmaji, Tanya Ravichandran|
The Godfather has all the makings of a movie that is larger than life, but the way it was put together seems to have entirely veered off course with unneeded modifications. Many people are aware that this movie is an official adaptation of the Malayalam blockbuster hit “Lucifer,” however the Telugu adaptation may leave us with the impression that the original lacks some of its spirit.
The fact that Megastar’s second-inning pictures fall short of expectations is an irrefutable fact, yet the films are nevertheless made on a very high budget, which indirectly affects the distributors. Even though the plot of this action thriller is straightforward, the filmmakers chose superfluous buildups that unintentionally detracted from the film. Only a few of the Malayalam-original characters served their intended purposes in the film; nevertheless, Telugu severely ruined those characters.
Megastar Chiranjeevi has acted beautifully in the past, but in his recent flicks, he has struggled and is attempting to copy himself. Although he has a lot of fans who love the way he speaks on screen, his acting and line delivery in recent films have seemed forced.
Nevertheless, the megastar once again entertained with his dance moves from the song “Thaar Maar.” As always, Nayanthara was excellent, and her role has room to express a range of emotions. Satyadev is portrayed in a demeaning position that calls for harshness, and the actor did it flawlessly. Salman Khan’s lengthy cameo has very little to do. Every other actor played their roles as necessary by the script effectively.
The Godfather movie looks good technically. Thaman’s music and background music are not particularly spectacular, especially the background music, which is overpowering in several sequences and reminiscent of many of Thaman’s earlier films. Nirav Shah’s cinematography is excellent, however, the DI might have been stronger because most of the pictures in the film have too saturated colors. Fans of Megastar will be entertained with Few Fights. even though the production values are high, the VFX looks terrible.
In order to make the film appear like a commercial comedy that may appeal to Telugu sensibilities, director Mohan Raja made a few alterations with Lakshmi Bhupala and Murali Gopy. However, he overlooked that since the emergence of OTT platforms, audiences now have access to international films. With the correct content, audiences will now watch any kind of film, regardless of their sensibilities.
Overall, Godfather is a mixed bag of astounding and letdowns. However, this film contains all of the commercial components necessary to appeal to a wide audience.
- Nayanthara, Satyadev
- Few Political Scenes
- Music, BGM
- Unwanted buildups