Right from the first frame, Chiranjeevi owns the show and he doesn’t go overboard
“” is the perfect red carpet welcome for Chiranjeevi, who has faced the arc lights after nearly a decade. And he stuns with his charisma and energy.
Right from the first frame, Chiranjeevi owns the show and he doesn’t go overboard in his attempt to please everybody. Despite being a remake of Tamil blockbuster “Kaththi“, the film succeeds in keeping the soul of the original intact and at the same time, pays a glorious tribute to its star.
Chiranjeevi couldn’t have chosen a better script for his comeback. This story of a hero, especially one with political leanings in real life, rising up at the cries of farmers against corporatisation will earn the star a lot of goodwill, and in this case, immense love from his fans. Although “Khaidi No 150” is a needlessly more commercial version of the original, it’s tough to deny the fact that it still works and Chiranjeevi is solely responsible for it. Even at 61, he fittingly justifies the film’s tagline — Boss Is Back — with conviction and panache.
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