Balu (Pawan Kalyan) falls in love with a girl at first sight but can't find a way to get to know her. He can't believe his luck when she approaches him, because her hobby is collecting the ... See full summary »
When I first saw "Magadheera", like most of the North Indians, I was like, "Oh My God!!", who is this guy? I took some time off to read about the Son of the Mega Star Chiranjeevi, and came to know about "Chirutha". Obviously my curiosity led me to watch it. Having watched "Pokkiri" in college time, I too had expectations from Puri Jagannath. Though like every one else, I too found his direction completely out of place. It seems that he was confused whether to make a show-reel of Charan's capabilities or a complete and taut movie. Though he went with the first option, but was I disappointed, hell No!! Charan showed that the blood of Megastar is here to stay.Considering the fact that this was his first movie, he was just awesome. I also came to know about the gigantic expectations among which this movie was released. I don't think Charan let down his father, or his father' s fans, or shall I say, "his fans". He danced like a dream, fought like a tiger and carried the screen presence of a Star. It was quite obvious, that he pulled a lifeless story on his shoulders alone. Only aid, was the music by Mani Sharma, which aptly suited for a movie of this scale. Thus after watching "Chirutha", I knew why Charan was so awesome in Magadheera. He has everything that a Star needs, all he needs is a good script, and then Chirutha will roar like anything. My heart goes out to this 24 years old volcano of Stardom. The next Megastar, my best wishes are with you.
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