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NTR Kathanayakudu: A middling biopic of a demigod 

If the director had focused half of the energy he put into elevating an already larger-than-life figure, into writing his life and the drama in it effectively, the film would have worked better

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Tej I Love You Review: A sloppily made, outdated romantic saga

The story, dialogues and the tropes are all outdated, and it's disappointing to see the man who made Tholi Prema fall into such a rut

06 Jul 2018

Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi Review: A sincere effort, but not as effective as Tharun's debut

Much like Pelli Choopulu, the film has its heart in the right place, but the director, here, resorts to melodrama and over-the-top histrionics to make its point

30 Jun 2018

Shambho Shankara Review: A taxing ordeal

A film on the lines of a Telugu serial with melodrama, tediously heavy dialogues, unnecessary hype and tired storytelling 

30 Jun 2018

Sammohanam Review: A memorable film

The film beautifully showcases the conflicts that arise when a star and a commoner, who despises the cinema industry, are thrown together

15 Jun 2018

Naa Nuvve Review: A cliched and disappointing romance

An outdated love story that should've been released ten years ago 

15 Jun 2018

Officer Review: Falls short of its promise

This film could have been so much more, but is let down by a weak screenplay and patchy execution from RGV

01 Jun 2018

Rajugadu Review: Not worth your time

A simple tale of a kleptomaniac that is needlessly convoluted by unnecessary plotlines 

01 Jun 2018

Ammamagari Illu Review: A mega serial disguised as a film

Sexist dialogues, illogical sentiments, melodrama, misleading stereotypes -- this film has them all

26 May 2018

Nela Ticket Review: Mindless masala fare

A predictable bore fest of a film that offers nothing new whatsoever

25 May 2018

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