Naa Peru Surya Review

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Naa Peeru Surya Review

Release date : May 04, 2018

Starring : Allu Arjun, Anu Emmanuel, Sarathkumar, Arjun Sarja

Director : Vakkantham Vamsi

Producers : Sridhar Lagadapati, Nagendra Babu, Sirisha Lagadapati

Music Directors : Vishal-Shekhar

Cinematographer : Rajeev Ravi

Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya has been in the making for quite some time now. The film marks the debut of writer Vakkantam Vamsi as the director of this patriotic drama. After a huge round of promotions, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.

Story:

Surya(Allu Arjun) is a passionate army officer who gets suspended due to his short-tempered attitude. He is given an ultimatum that if he needs his job back, he has to get a certificate from India’s biggest psychologist played by Arjun. But the twist here is that the psychologist is none other than Surya’s own dad whom he had left years back because of personal issues. Rest of the story is as to how an aggressive Surya confronts his father, manages his anger issues and the corrupt society which is filled up with a lot of bad people.

Plus Points:

Right from the first frame, it is Allu Arjun and his stunning screen presence that steals the show. Bunny’s aggressive actions and impressive screen presence brings a lot of depth to the proceedings. Bunny is at ease with his performance and nicely gets into the character of a man with serious anger management issues. As usual, he dances well and plays it to the galleries with his fights.

Senior hero, Arjun does his role to the best of his qualities. Vennela Kishore evokes few laughs here and there in the latter half. Yesteryear heroine, Nadhiya impresses with her acting in her limited role.

The interval bang is pretty decent and the way all the patriotic scenes are executed look good. The first fifteen minutes of the film featuring the army backdrop is quite gripping and have been executed well.

Minus Points:

After the gripping first fifteen minutes, things sidetrack a bit as the story wanders here and there. Things get set and the actual story kick starts only during the half point. All the episodes between Arjun and Bunny do not elevate enough emotions and look forced.

One mass number that comes during the end, disturbs the flow of the film. Even though the climax looks good it has been dragged a bit long with unnecessary scenes of villains. The film is filled with too much of preaching about the country which gets a bit boring at times.

Technical Aspects:

Production values of the film are top notch as the army setting looks quite realistic. Music by Vishal Shekhar is pretty okay but their background score is awesome. The manner in which they elevate the character of Surya looks top notch. Dialogues are decent and so was the production design. Editing is below par as many scenes in the climax could have been easily toned down. Allu Arjun has been styled quite well in the film.

Coming to the director Vakkantam Vamsi, he makes a decent debut with the film. His script is novel as the plot of flighting one’s own enemy is quite good. He starts the film well with good confrontation scenes between Allu Arjun and Boman Irani in the army backdrop. But he loses his grip after that as Arjun’s episode does not give that needed effect. The way he has given a tribute to the Indian army is good but he makes the film a bit preachy at the end. Had he narrated the film in a more crisper manner in the second half, things would have been good.

Verdict:

On the whole, Naa Peru Surya is patriotic drama which is deals with the subject of fighting your own anger and using it in a right way. Allu Arjun leads from the front with his career-best performance and carries the film on his shoulders. But things get slightly dull because of the lack of entertainment and the message given looking a bit dragged during the second half. If you ignore the above-said things and want to watch a different and serious subject based on the life of a soldier, you can give this film a shot. But keep your expectations in check.

Naa Peru Surya LIVE UPDATES:

 

  • The film comes to an end on a patriotic note. Movie done. Keep watching telugunow.com for complete review

  • A hard hitting long dialogue conversation is on between Sharath Kumar and Bunny…

  • Now Bunny’s face off scenes with Sharath Kumar are going on

  • The pre-climax song Iraga Iraga is on now…

  • Now its time for yet another major action block…an intense fight sequence is on between Bunny and Anoop

  • Bunny is back to his hyper character and is ready to face goons…

  • A small twist in the tale revealed…

  • Bunny who is away from his family finally meets them and the proceedings lead to a colorful song Yenniyello Yenniyello…

  • A few important scenes are on between Bunny and Prabhas Seenu…

  • Now its time for the fourth song Maya…

  • Sai Kumar makes an entry as ex-army man. He is fighting against Sharath Kumar for a cause…

  • A few lighter note family scenes are going on between Bunny and his family members…

  • Post interval a few anger management scenes are going on. Bunny is trying to control his short tempered mindset.

  • The film comes half way now…interval

  • Now its time for an heavy duty fight sequence between Bunny, Anoop Singh and men…

  • A few more counseling scenes are on between Bunny and Arjun….

  • Flashback done. Now, the film is back to present days and the proceedings lead to much-awaited song Lover Also Fighter Also…

  • Posani Krishna Murali has been introduced as Anu’s uncle…

  • The film went back to quick flashback and now heroine Anu Emmanuel makes an entry as Bunny’s love interest. The proceedings lead to second song Beautiful Love…

  • A few counseling scenes are on between Bunny and his father Arjun…

  • R. Sarathkumar and Thakur Anoop Singh have been introduced as a father and son…

  • Now, the film shifts to Vishakapatnam where Arjun is working. Comedian Vennela Kishore also come in as Bunny’s roommate. Nadhiya also joins the scene as Arjun’s wife.

  • Time for Action hero Arjun’s entry as a psychology professor. He is playing as Bunny’s father in the film.

  • Noted actor Rao Ramesh also joins the scene as Bunny’s god father.

  • After an intense confrontation scene between Boman Irani and Bunny, now due to his short tempered behavior Bunny is going through army punishments.

  • Now its time for the first song Sainika…a few army related episodes are being showcased in the background

  • Soon after the first fight now again an high voltage action block is on in police station…Bunny’s character establishing scenes are going on

  • Here comes Stylish star Allu Arjun makes a normal entry and the proceedings lead to first fight in a Bar…

  • Titles rolling now…the film opens in Dehradun army camp

  • Hi the film has just started and its run time is 168 minutes…

Naa Peeru Surya Review Release date : May 04, 2018 Starring : Allu Arjun, Anu Emmanuel, Sarathkumar, Arjun Sarja Director : Vakkantham Vamsi Producers : Sridhar Lagadapati, Nagendra Babu, Sirisha Lagadapati Music Directors : Vishal-Shekhar Cinematographer : Rajeev Ravi Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao Allu Arjun’s Naa Peru Surya has been in the making for quite some time now. The film marks the debut of writer Vakkantam Vamsi as the director of this patriotic drama. After a huge round of promotions, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is. Story: Surya(Allu Arjun) is a passionate army officer who gets suspended due to his short-tempered attitude. He is given an ultimatum that if he needs his job back, he has to get a certificate from India’s biggest psychologist played by Arjun. But the twist here is that the psychologist is none other than Surya’s own dad whom he had left years back because of personal issues. Rest of the story is as to how an aggressive Surya confronts his father, manages his anger issues and the corrupt society which is filled up with a lot of bad people. Plus Points: Right from the first frame, it is Allu Arjun and his stunning screen presence that steals the show. Bunny’s aggressive actions and impressive screen presence brings a lot of depth to the proceedings. Bunny is at ease with his performance and nicely gets into the character of a man with serious anger management issues. As usual, he dances well and plays it to the galleries with his fights. Senior hero, Arjun does his role to the best of his qualities. Vennela Kishore evokes few laughs here and there in the latter half. Yesteryear heroine, Nadhiya impresses with her acting in her limited role. The interval bang is pretty decent and the way all the patriotic scenes are executed look good. The first fifteen minutes of the film featuring the army backdrop is quite gripping and have been executed well. Minus Points: After the gripping first fifteen minutes, things sidetrack a bit as the story wanders here and there. Things get set and the actual story kick starts only during the half point. All the episodes between Arjun and Bunny do not elevate enough emotions and look forced. One mass number that comes during the end, disturbs the flow of the film. Even though the climax looks good it has been dragged a bit long with unnecessary scenes of villains. The film is filled with too much of preaching about the country which gets a bit boring at times. Technical Aspects: Production values of the film are top notch as the army setting looks quite realistic. Music by Vishal Shekhar is pretty okay but their background score is awesome. The manner in which they elevate the character of Surya looks top notch. Dialogues are decent and so was the production design. Editing is below par as many scenes in the climax could have been…

Naa peru Surya

Story Screenplay - 2
Star Cast Performances - 3.5
Technicalities - 2.5
Direction - 2.25

2.6

Naa Peru Surya

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