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Surya (Mahesh Babu) comes to Mumbai with a sole aim to become "Bhai" for the city. He starts his mission by recruiting rowdies for monthly salaries. He eyes Mumbai Police Commissioner's daughter Chitra (Kajal) and loves her. How did he become Bhai and turn out to a big Businessman, forms rest of the storyWritten by
The makers violated the rules of The Cinematograph Act, 1952 and the Central Board of Film Certification regarding the re-working of its title from "The Businessman" to "Businessman" after the board cleared the film with the former title. See more »
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trend-setter movie...loved it,,..
Mahesh Babu is simply amazing in the role of Surya. His dialog delivery and expressions will send a tingle down your spine. He exudes pure menace when giving a 'dhamki' to his opponents. He has shown nice variations in his performance. And he looks stunningly handsome as usual. Mahesh Babu shoulders this movie on his own. The swagger, the attitude and his panache will be a big draw.
Kajal Aggarwal looks gorgeous as Chitra and she has some interesting moments with Mahesh Babu. She does not have much scope for performance however.
Puri Jagan is the other invisible hero of the movie. Take a bow sir, for some of the best dialog's seen in recent times. Each dialog explodes like a bullet and when delivered by Mahesh Babu, the result is devastatingly effective. The movie is high on entertainment factor and there is hardly a boring moment in the film. The sequences where Mahesh Babu sets about establishing his dominance are highly innovative.
All the songs have been picturized well but 'Sir Osthara' song and 'Chandamama' stand out for their sheer beauty.
Dialogues..Dialogues and Dialogues...They are an incredible asset to the movie. The timing is perfect and the punch is incredible. Cinematography is good. Editing is neat. Fights and songs have been composed well.
Screenplay is highly entertaining and narration is fast paced. I enjoyed this flick a lot go and grab your tickets friends...
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