In this spin on the fairy tale, Hansel & Gretel are now bounty hunters who track and kill witches all over the world. As the fabled Blood Moon approaches, the siblings encounter a new form of evil that might hold a secret to their past.
Nookayya (Manoj Manchu), who calls himself Nokia, is an expert cell phone thief. He has a good heart though and together with his friends Nampally (Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao) and Charger (... See full summary »
Manoj Kumar Manchu,
Ajay gets married to his childhood friend Durga; who is illiterate unable to differentiate between the style of these days and that of long time ago. When Ajay is given the post as police ... See full summary »
Julayi is basically a fun-feat to all the audience who expects most of satirical dialogues from the So called dialogues magician maestro Trivikram. The first half will just passes off with a blink of an eye. However, action scenes should have been much better. The sixth-sense of the protagonist is justified. The actual twist in the tale will be in the second half where Rao Ramesh joins in hand with Sonu Sood to robber the 1500 crores. Allu Arjun's power pack performance added the flovour of Trivikram's satirical dialogues. Songs picturisation is becoming better and better for TFI which gives toughest competition with BFI. Bramhanandam's shooting episode with Hemalatha (totally a misconception from Bhrahmi and hemalatha's point of views) is just hilarious. Illeana was just too skinny. However her acting skills are impressive as usual. Tanikella Bharani is excellent. M.S Narayana is good. Dharmavarapu is OK. Kota excelled as usually. Brahmaji justified his role. Last but not the least, a special appreciation to be given to Natakireeti Rajendraprasad who has excelled with his performance as timid Police Officer. Rao Ramesh is good. To conclude this, there is less chaos with more entertainment unlike the other films coming out from TFI now. The appropriate synonym of "Julayi" would be "Medhavi" as protagonist always foresees the next step of Antagonist. Trivikram has bagged a sure hit in his basket. The final verdict is "Just go and watch this movie with family to share the fun-feat entertainment to your family members as well"
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