Khaidi No 150 Review:
Filmievents Rating: 4/5
A Remarkable comeback film of Megastar Chiranjeevi after 9 years has finally hit the screens recording a humongous response in every theatre.
*At the center Khaidi No 150 is about the villagers who are unwilling to abandon their lands for an MNC company. A man takes stance on farmer’s behalf to fight and resolve their predicaments.
*Chiranjeevi plays a dual role, one as a petty thief and the other being a social activist.
*The story starts with the thief escaping from prison and destines himself in a village, where the village farmers mistake the thief as Social activist who was fighting along with them for the farmer’s land and share their problems.
*The thief indulges in farmer’s story at the drop of a hat and roots emotionally for their legal quagmire, on the contrary the real Social Activist is mistaken for thief, is victimized for the illegal actions.
*Nagendra Babu plays an inexorable judge in the film. At last, Chiranjeevi persuades the Judge with exaggerated cogent arguments.
*Despite the makers have liberty, didn’t opt for any creative changes from the original script.
*The cinematography from Rathnavelu is vibrantly feasible to the exaggerated plot and characters.
*Devi Sri Prasad back ground score will give you Goosebumps.
*Producer Ram Charan didn’t compromise on the budget of Father’s comeback film.
*Production design by Thota Tharani is pitch-perfect to the minor details.
Songs cutting the screenplay abruptly is pretty highlighting.
*Finally Khaidi No 150 Review definitely banks on the Star value of Chiranjeevi accumulating it with elevated octane action sequences and power packed dialogues.
*The Nerving screenplay, Trendsetting Dialogues and Heart melting emotional scenes are the best parts of the movie.
*The film has guest appearances from Chiru’s son Ramcharan Tej,Choreographer Shekhar Master and V.V.Vinayak.
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Kajal Agarwal, Tarun Arora, Aali, Brahmanandam.
Producer: Ramcharan Tej.
Screenplay: Nithin Blaze.
Story: AR Murugadoss.
Music: Devi Sri Prasad.