I used to get gifted a '#ChiranjeeviCinema' show by my relatives in Guntur everytime I had visited them in my childhood. I never used to get bothered about its title, its story, its music and every stuff like that. I just used to enjoy his on screen presence.
I tried to do the same when I watched his come-back movie yesterday. I tried not to judge but to enjoy every bit. I must confess. I could not succeed. Credit to the knowledge/information I acquired post-childhood.
First is first. Thanks to A.R.Murugados for penning down the story and making its Tamil version. Except for the 'unnecessary' Brahmanandam sequence and few 'added' dialogues, I could not see V.V.Vinayak's touch!
Chiru looked as graceful as ever, on screen. It was nothing less than a feast watching him after a decade! It felt as if he took no gap! Certain things do not change; so is the ease with which he dances still, pace changed though! Looking forward for few more films from him!
Heroins, I think, before fighting for good remuneration must fight for significant roles! Songs cannot be the answers!
Well, if you ever liked Chiru on screen, keep aside all reservations and watch this movie. Its #Story is it's #Hero.