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A young woman becomes embroiled in a financial and political conspiracy while studying in Spain, as she meets a young musician with a somewhat dark past unfolded through the pages of his lover's diary.
Sathya (Allu Arjun) returns from a coma to take his revenge on Bhai (Rahul Dev) for murdering his love Deepthi (Kajal Agarwal) and comes to know that his face has been exchanged with someone else in order to survive facial burn injuries. Just as he gets his revenge with the help of Shruti (Amy Jackson), he comes to know that there is one more gang pursuing him for his face. Whose face was given to him? Why is a gang pursuing him? Who is Manju (Shruti Haasan)? What is his connection with Dharma (Sai Kumar)?Written by
The film was re-rated U/A for video release with 17 cuts. These cuts mostly involved deletion of strong gory violence, reduction in violent fights and deletion of chest movement and thigh exposure of dancers in the item song. See more »
Satya(Allu Arjun) and Deepthi(Kajal Agarwal) are lovers who decide to get married. Their love is opposed by an evil Veeru Bhai(Rahul Dev) who also falls for Deepthi. On the other hand, Ram alias Charan(Ram Charan) starts killing everyone from Veeru Bhai's gang.
When all this is happening, yet another gangster from Hyderabad, Dharma(Sai Kumar) is after Charan's life. Who is Charan? Why is he killing everyone from Veery bhai's gang? Why is Dharma after Charan? For all these questions, you need to watch the film on big screen.
The movie is completely Ram Charan centric. Vamsi Paidipally has successfully manged to showcase Charan as a powerful angry young man. Charan takes this film to another level with his mature performance. His dances are to die for especially in the Freedom song.
Allu Arjun and Kajal's cameos are breathtaking, and have been conceived wonderfully. First ten minutes and interval bang is very intense and entertaining. Sai Kumar does an awesome job as the bad guy. He looks menacing and once again proves what an stunning actor he is.
Story idea is unique and the way it has been executed is also decent. Some thrills and action episodes, especially the rain fight has been shot extremely well. Amy Jackson provides the necessary glamour quotient in the first half.
Vamsi Paidipally's films have always been high on technical values. Even Yevadu is no less, as it has been shot lavishly. Devi Sri Prasad's music is just about OK, but its his background score which elevates the film to another level.
Camera-work is stunning as the entire film is shot beautifully. Visual effects are top class and look natural. Screenplay of the film is good but a number of scenes could have been chopped off.
Dialogues are powerful and suit Charan's body language well. Editing is apt and so is the art direction. Choreography is top class and proves Ram Charan's dancing talent once again. Fights have been composed well and director Vamsi Paidipally has succeeded in elevating Ram Charan in a powerful role.
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