After a hiatus of 14 years, superstar Mahesh Babu and director Trivikram Srinivas join forces for the highly anticipated action-packed emotional drama, ‘Guntur Kaaram.’ The film, released worldwide today, carries significant expectations, and this review delves into its strengths and areas of impact.
The storyline revolves around Vyra Vasundhara (Ramya Krishnan), who parted ways with her son Veera Venkata Ramana (Mahesh Babu) at the age of 10 due to unforeseen circumstances. Fast forward 25 years, Vasundhara becomes a Minister, prompting her father Venkata Swamy (Prakash Raj) to seek Ramana’s signature on papers disassociating himself from his mother for the sake of Vasundhara’s electoral success. The narrative unfolds by addressing questions surrounding the past accident, Ramana’s reaction, the signing of papers, Vasundhara’s actions, and the potential reunion between mother and son.
Mahesh Babu’s Stellar Performance: Mahesh Babu seamlessly slips into his highly awaited role, exuding a rough and rugged demeanor accentuated by the captivating Guntur dialect. His charismatic energy breathes life into every scene, offering an enthralling experience for his devoted fanbase.
Prakash Raj’s Impressive Dual Role: Prakash Raj, fittingly cast in ‘Guntur Kaaram,’ delivers a commendable performance in dual roles, portraying both the minister and Mahesh Babu’s grandfather. The on-screen chemistry between the two adds a significant layer to the film.
Ramya Krishnan’s Subtle Brilliance: Despite limited screen time within a narrative centered around her character, Ramya Krishnan delivers a subtle yet impactful performance, leaving a lasting impression.
Comic Relief with Vennela Kishore: The banter and comedic exchanges between Mahesh Babu and Vennela Kishore inject genuine moments of laughter, though other cast members deliver performances of average merit.
‘Guntur Kaaram’ not only marks the reunion of a dynamic actor-director duo after a significant gap but also promises a riveting storyline supported by notable performances. As the film unfolds on the big screen, audiences are in for a treat, experiencing the magic that Mahesh Babu and Trivikram Srinivas bring to the table in this action-packed emotional drama.