Releasing Date:- 19 Oct, 2023
Genre:- Action, Drama
Cinema:- Movie (Telugu)
Critic’s Rating:- 3.0/5
Avg. Users’ Rating:- 3.6/5
IMDb Rating:- 7.9/10
Cast & Crew:-
Director:- Anil Ravipudi
Actor:- Nandamuri Balakrishna, Arjun Rampal, Kajal Aggarwal
Sreeleela, Sahu, Harish
Bhagavanth Kesari Movie Story:-
Bhagavanth Kesari (Nandamuri Balakrishna) is at the core of this gripping story, a guy with a mystery past who is confined yet ethically unwavering. When he becomes the guardian of Vijaya Lakshmi (Sree Leela), the daughter of his jailer (R Sarathkumar), his life takes an unexpected turn. Kesari, with his unchanging sense of justice, sets out on a mission to help Vijji grow into a strong young woman who aspires to join the Indian army. The presence of Rahul Sanghvi (Arjun Rampal), a power-hungry tycoon whose connection with Bhagavanth and Vijji reveals buried secrets, is intertwined in this story.
Bhagavanth Kesari Movie Review:-
Bhagavanth Kesari, directed by Anil Ravipudi, featured a star-studded ensemble cast that included Nandamuri Balakrishna, Sree Leela, Kajal Aggarwal, and Arjun Rampal. The film’s central theme is the empowerment of young girls, and it smoothly blends aspects of action, emotion, and compelling speech.
Balakrishna’s portrayal of Bhagavanth Kesari is nothing short of hypnotic. He seamlessly shifts from his legendary larger-than-life demeanor to the deep emotional depth required for his character’s connection with Vijji. The on-screen relationship between Balakrishna and Sree Leela, who play Chicha and Vijji, works beautifully and strikes a chord with the viewers.
Sree Leela’s portrayal of Vijji is excellent. Her transformation from a sensitive teenager struggling with anxiety to a confident and strong-willed young woman is depicted with deftness. She not only embraces her character, but also soars through her action moments, making an indelible impression. Kajal Aggarwal, who plays Kaachi, brings her charm to the character, albeit some of her exchanges with Kesari could have been more natural. As the merciless antagonist, Arjun Rampal oozes refinement and style, yet his character journey could benefit from more inventive writing. Other actors who played supporting roles included R Sarathkumar, Muralidhar Goud, Brahmaji, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Raghu Babu, and others.
S Thaman’s musical environment increases the watching experience, particularly in the second half. The photography and production values add to the overall visual appeal of Bhagavanth Kesari, making it a delightful watch. Given Balakrishna’s broad appeal and Sree Leela’s dance prowess, the songs, while competent, fell short of excellence.
While the first half of the picture may have been more entertaining, the film hits its stride in the second half, giving a gratifying blend of action and emotion. Bhagavanth Kesari exemplifies the continuing spirit and force of women’s empowerment. Watch the film for what it is, however: a commercial entertainment.
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