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Tej, a youngster who's highly attached to his family, is banished from his home by his uncle (Peddananna). He then finds himself in London, where he falls in love with Nandini. After long ... See full summary »
Sai Dharam Tej,
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Seenu(Sai Dharam Tej) falls in love with Shailu(Regina) and proposes to her but gets rejected every time.Twist in the tale arises when Seenu comes to know that Shailu is in danger posed by ... See full summary »
A.S. Ravi Kumar Chowdary
Sai Dharam Tej,
Krishna (Nani) is a coward who is in love with Mahalakshmi (Mehreen Pirzada) and they have kept it a secret. Mahalakshmi is sister of Ramaraju, who in turn is a henchmen of Rajayya. At the ... See full summary »
Has flaws, but is an interesting, intense action thriller.
Action thrillers are the best when least disrupted by badly placed songs and subplots. Jawaan suffers from these two things quite badly but the plot and action sequences are so impressively crafted that it becomes an interesting watch.
One of the biggest mistakes is the inclusion of the heroine's character in the film when she practically has nothing to do with the main story other than slowing down the pace and killing the intensity. Songs are randomly placed and totally unwanted. Other than that, we have an intense action thriller with plenty of cool action and well-written characters. Sai Dharam Tej and Prasanna have done an excellent job and the execution of several confrontations between them is top notch. VFX, while mostly fine, is weak in the final moments.
If you have problem with enduring the songs and subplots in a tightly written action thriller, I'd suggest you to watch the Hindi version that at least does away with the songs.
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