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There are some Indian movies which need you to know history of the star's growth to appreciate. This is indeed not one of them, and credit should go to Chiru for making it largely refreshing without carrying his weight too much in (like Kamalahasan does these days).
Having said that - it is a pity that serious movies cant stay consistently so in Telugu. Glamour, songs and street fights are still required to keep the Telugu Tempo for a movie where the hero is a rebel trying to change the society with his radical ways? Or is it that only some key industry people think so?
Why can't a guy of Chiranjeevi's stature, take small risks with movies like this, and make it sound an authentic rebel movie? If he can't who else can? Why is it that such seriousness can only be possible in Kannada or Malayalam, why Telugu soul is being sold for commerical interests so much?
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