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Samantha Ruth Prabhu,
Shruti K. Haasan
This is totally my opinion, but out of Jalsa, Parugu, Kantri, and Bujjigaadu, I liked Kantri a lot and I will explain what I liked and didn't like in the film.
What I liked:
1.) NTR - In "Yamadonga", he didn't look good with the long hair and slim body. But after this film, short hair and slim body makes him look best. Also, his dressing style is kinda cool, even though it kinda looks borrowed from Pokiri.
2.) Dialgoues - I guess Meher Ramesh learned a lot from his guru Puri Jagannadh. There a lot of good one-liners.
3.) Comedy - When I watch a commercial movie, I expect to be entertained and what not a better way than laughing? Sunil is alright as the dance instructor but his getup as Gundu Boss was hilarious. Krishna Bhagwan was also funny as tour guide in Singapore.
4.) Twist - There is a big twist in the climax, which I can't tell, but it brings the end of the second half back on track.
What I didn't like:
1.) Heroines - Telugu people should really start choosing Telugu speaking girls, instead of North Indian tramps. (Sorry, no offense)
2.) Second Half - After a fun first half, the second half slowly slides and drags.
Overall, I give this movie an 8/10
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