Govindudu Andarivadele quick movie review Trailer: Ram Charan Teja’s family drama is cliche ridden!
Ram Charan Teja and Kajal Aggarwal’s latest film has hit the theatres today
Govindudu Andarivadele has caught on quite well with the audience. Directed by Krishna Vamsi, this film will see Ram Charan and Kajal in lead roles. After a lot of promotions, this family entertainer has hit the theatres today. Our reviewer Subramanian Harikumar is watching the film at the moment and has sent us his first impression of the film.
Subramanian says “GAV tells the story of Balraju played by Prakash Raj, who is the head of a small village suffering from dearth of medicines and doctors. When his doctor son wants to move to America for a better life instead of serving the poor in the village, Prakash Raj severs all ties with his son. Years later, Balraju’s grandson, Abhiram played by Ram Charan, returns to India to reunite the prodigal son with his angry father Balraju. Once he reaches the village, he gets acquainted to the big family of Balraju and falls for his aunt’s daughter played by Kajal Aggarwal. Does Abhiram succeed in reuniting his father with his grandfather forms the rest of the story. The cinematography is brilliant and the film boasts grand production value. But alas same cannot be said about the story which is filled with clichés which we have already seen in multiple family dramas in the past. Prakash Raj gives a strong performance as an angry old man who doesn’t forgive. Ram Charan does a decent job but his expressions leave you with lot to be desired. Kajal Aggarwal aptly adds the oomph quotient in the film. The chemistry between the two leads is not so great. Lets see if the manages to spring in a few surprises in the second half.”
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