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Sathya (Allu Arjun) returns from a coma to take his revenge on Bhai (Rahul Dev) for murdering his love Deepthi (Kajal Agarwal) and comes to know that his face has been exchanged with someone else in order to survive facial burn injuries. Just as he gets his revenge with the help of Shruti (Amy Jackson), he comes to know that there is one more gang pursuing him for his face. Whose face was given to him? Why is a gang pursuing him? Who is Manju (Shruti Haasan)? What is his connection with Dharma (Sai Kumar)?Written by
The film was given an A certificate for theatrical release with one cut which showed Sivanarayana being beaten by henchmen in Brahmin getup. The deleted duration was replaced with the extension of previous scene. See more »
Reiterating Twice the same traditional plot with the mask of a Hollywood film
Yevadu _ My Review
Yes, Yevadu has got a very interesting story line,but falls short to some extent due to the easily predictable poor narration and inevitable logic less flaws.
Coming to the story, Sathya's lover Deepthi is killed in front of him and being incapable of fighting them, he is also brutally attacked and the bus in which they were,is burnt. But surprisingly,Satya escapes death by a half burnt face and 70%burns on the body. When the doctors too leave him, a lady doc takes the risk of saving him and, by a surgery, she gives him a "new face". Then, with the new face, Satya seeks revenge on the villains. The plot of the film ends in the first half ends, with an exciting bang in the interval, growing excitement among the viewers.
The first half of the movie was dangerously fast, with some unwanted and failed comedies of Brahmanandam. Only that TV show sequence evoked few wits. But the second half seemed to reiterate the usual story. The second half, even, drew similarities with that of Nayak. A better second half could have made out Yevadu a remarkable film.
Vamsi Paidipally is successful to some extent to make Yevadu a mass film with different plot. He copied, sorry..... Inspired the basic theme of #Face Off, and planted it into the most heard, usual revenge drama. But he isn't successful here. In the film, we can see a Ramcharan coming out after, Allu Arjun undergoes surgery. The biggest flaw is regarding the Voices. A viewer may doubt, how a person's voice and physique changes after a plastic surgery... There are many such sequences, for eg. The police offices, chasing the target "alone", by driving the jeep.....just a qn of logic. The most ironical scene is that, "when Ram Charan hits an enormous gate with his hand, it just explodes into pieces" Hmmmm.....even superman may get jealous of him.... Let it be, these are common in Telugu films, but the makers must remember one thing that, All the Viewers aren't fools.
#Ram Charan carries the film on his shoulders with his heavy action and foot tapping steps. But he always had only one expression on his face....wanna improve a lot in that section...
There were too many villains and unwanted heroines in the movie. Amy Jackson offered a beach song....bikniwala song. Shruthi had 2 songs and Kajal got 1. It is better not to mention abt the actress.
The Villains, i don't remember the number, were each of them inspired from each super hit films. The tollywood villain pack was complete with, a politician, a gunda, a land mafia wala, his goons, Hench boys, a mafia don, bro of mafia don and an inevitable police officer.
Brahmanandam was wasted in the movie.
Even though, Ram Charan tops high, #Allu Arjun's cameo appearance in 2 scenes seemed more impact able. That hand drawn picture of Allu Arjun just, roared the theater.
#DSP offered average tunes, with the song, "Cheliya Cheliya" offering a good feel.
Action sequences were of top notch with good cinematography. But certain sequences seemed very much familiar.
The tollywood tradition of slapping and extragerration is continued here.
A better narration, correct use of available characters and, some corrections in script could've done better.
Overall, Yevadu is a mass film with different theme, which slowly draws itself into the class of usual revenge dramas.
My Rating: 2.5/5
Thank You for Reading My Review.... Yours Truly Sooraj
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