'Waltair Veerayya': A Chiranjeevi special that has all ingredients of emotions, drama, action

Director Bobby has come up with a story that has all the commercial elements to become a blockbuster film and entertain the audiences in every possible way.

By Bhavana  Published on  13 Jan 2023 6:45 AM GMT
Waltair Veerayya: A Chiranjeevi special that has all ingredients of emotions, drama, action

Hyderabad: Waltair Veerayya starring Megastar Chiranjeevi is the much-awaited film of the year. The film, which hits the theaters today, is already ruling the box office. Directed by Bobby Kolli, this film is an absolute entertainer for all audiences. It is the ultimate Sankranti winner at the box office.

Story:

Solomon (Bobby Simha) is an international drug dealer who is under the custody of RAW. But due to an unforeseen situation, he manages to escape from custody. Circle Inspector Seethapathi (Rajendra Prasad) wants to punish Solomon for killing the cops at his police station. In this process, he keeps looking for a goon who is capable enough to kidnap Solomon from his kingdom in Malaysia.

That's when they manage to reach out to Waltair Veerayya, a criminal who is known for dealing with criminals. Veerayya himself is in search of Micheal, the killer of Veerayya's rival step-brother ACP Vikram Sagar (Ravi Teja). RAW agent Athidhi (Shruti Haasan) is also looking for Solomon. So how is Solomon connected to Michael? Why did Michael kill Sagar? What's the story behind this revenge?

Analysis:

Strong emotions in the film create a connect with the audience. A story about a normal family that goes through a lot of ups and downs is well received. Director Bobby has come up with a story that has all the commercial elements to become a blockbuster film and entertain the audiences in every possible way.

The screenplay is perfect and thrilling. Well-written dialogues with a good dose of comedy and humor are the main asset of the film. Post Acharya, which was a disaster at the box office, and Godfather, fans of Chiranjeevi have been waiting to watch him in a commercial entertainer with some of his vintage trademark vibes. That's what this film offers. It's a fanboy tribute to Chiranjeevi from Bobby. The casting of actors is perfect. Based on the scenes they can perform well, their dialogues have been written.

Performances:

It's a one-man show. A Chiranjeevi special. Chiranjeevi's character has shades and vibes from Gang Leader, Mutha Mesthri, and Shankar Dada MBBS and that's where the fans get enthralled. His body language is to the point.

Ravi Teja has done a good job even though his screen time is 45 minutes. The scenes of both actors are loaded with all the energy the fans need. The movie is a feast for the eyes. Shruti Haasan got a solid and powerful role which she perfectly has nailed. Catherine Tresa is seen playing Ravi Teja's wife and she did a good job. Rajendra Prasad, Prakash Raj, and Bobby Simha are pillars of the film. Vennela Kishore, Sreenivas Reddy, and Shakalaka Shankar entertain the audiences with a good dose of comedy.

Bobby has done a great job as promised to the audiences. Devi Sri Prasad's music and Shekar's master's choreography are the souls of the film. Camera visuals by Arthur Wilson are worth watching.

On the whole, Waltair Veerayya is the Sankranti winner.

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