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Story

Power jeevi reviewACP Baldev Sahay (Ravi Teja) is a corrupt cop in Kolkata. He dies in a fierce fight. Tirupathi (Ravi Teja) is a cop wannabe in Hyderabad. The home minister of Kolkata recruits Tirupathi to play as ACP Baldev as he looks like him. Rest of the story is all about why ACP Baldev became a corrupt cop and how Thirupathi executed the the unfinished mission of Baldev.

Artists Performance

Power jeevi reviewActors: Ravi Teja is synonymous with entertainment and energy. He has made sure that there is ample entertainment and emotional action sequences in the movie. He performs both roles with ease. Hansika Motwani is bubbly/enthusiastic and provides much needed glamour. Regina Cassandra has minimal roles and performs well. Prakash Raj plays a vital role, but has a limited screen time. Brahmanandam plays another entertaining role as hero’s bava. Saptagiri is entertaining as sidekick of heroine. Mukesh Rishi and Sampath Raj play negative roles. Ajay and Subbaraju are intense with their work. Brahmaji gets a meaty role and does well. Posani Krishna Murali is hilarious with his ‘daevuda’ mannerism.

Technical departmentsPower jeevi review

Story - screenplay - direction: Story of the movie has commercial potential, but gives a deja vu feeling and lack logic in few scenes. The dual play reminds us of Vikramarkudu and corrupt cop angle is similar to Bala Krishna’s role in Lakshmi Narasimha. The Lungi dance in the climax reminds of Gangnam dance in Ravi Teja’s latest movie Balupu. The first time director KS Ravindra (Bobby) succeeds as a commercial director in getting most of the film right. He is good at handling entertainment episodes and he has brought Rajamouli kind of emotion in Port fight in second half. He should have taken care of logic in few scenes and some scenes are edited abruptly. Bobby has potential to become a big commercial director in the future. But he should try fresh stories instead of going for commercial proven and oft-repeated plots.

Power jeevi reviewOther departments: I liked Badmash Pilla and Notanki song on screen. Champesinde and Nuvvu Nenu and remind us of Nee Yedalo Naaku Chotu Vaddu and Saree Ka Fall from Awara and R Raj Kumar (Hindi) respectively. Background music by Thaman is good. Dialogues written by Kona Venkat are very good. He is good at playing with words and its evident in this film too. Cinematography by Jayanan Vincent is good, but some of the visuals are tinkered heavily during digital intermediate. Action sequences composed by Ram Laxman and Allan Amin are grand. But the first fight is ineffective due to poor graphics work. The port fight is very good and holds the emotional value we see in fights of Rajamouli’s films. Art direction by Brahma Kadali is good. Editing should have been better. Producer Rockline Venkatesh has made this movie with good production values.


Power jeevi reviewAnalysis: First half of the film offers entertainment and second half has emotions and action sequences. Plus points of the film are entertainment and commercial elements. On the flipside, keeping few logics intact and smooth progression of scenes would have made the film better. Power has all the ingradients you expect from Ravi Teja - entertainment and mass elements. Director Bobby is a director who has ability to make it big as a commercial director. Ravi Teja’s comes up with another commercial entertainer after Balupu that has good scope to work well at box office. You may watch it!

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