Average Critics Rating: 3
Average Critics Rating: 3
Casting: Mahon Babu, Vishnu Manchu, Shriya Saran, Nikhila Vimal and Anasuya Bharadwaj.
Director: Madan Ramigani
Cinematographer: Sarvesh Murari
Music: SS Thaman
Producer: Mohan Babu
Collection King Dr Mohan Babu’s much anticipated Film, ‘Gayatr’ hit the Sliver screen on 9th February. After a long break, Mohan Babu is seen playing a dual roles, and Vishnu Manchu and Shriya Saran seen in a important characters.
Shivaji (Mohan Babu) is a theater artist and gives life to orphans. And, he also finds the parents of those orphans and tries to reunite them. Besides this, Shivaji in search to find his daughter Gayatri (Nikhila Vimal) and finds her. But, he knows that she hates her father for her own reasons. Shivaji is in trials to know the truth about his daughter. At that time, he gets to know that his daughter Gayatri is having a rivalry with a rowdy sheeter Gayatri Patel (Mohan Babu). Then, how Shivaji saved his daughter Gayatri from Gayatri Patel takes the rest of the story. What is the reason for a rivalry between Shivaji and Gayatri Patel? Why Gayatri hates her father? Who are Manchu Vishnu and Shriya Saran in this movie? How Shrestha (Anasuya Bharadwaj) turns the story? You should have to watch the movie on a screen to get answers for these all.
Movie Plus Points:
Mohan Babu performance
Movie Minus Points:
Lack of Comedy
Gayatri movie is a great comeback for Dialogue King Mohan Babu with power packed performance. The dialogues of the film are extra-ordinary, and it’s gives great feeling to watch Mohan Babu delivering those tremendous dialogues. Mohan Babu has played two different roles with ease and impressed everyone with his signature mannerisms. He has done well in action scenes also. Manchu Vishnu has played the younger role of Shivaji and it’s a tough role for him to carry those emotions and he has carried that role well. Shriya Saran as Saradha (W/o Shivaji) is impressive in the limited role and she has given tremendous expressions that take your attention. Nikhil Vimal as Gayatri has played the key role and impressed in every scene and mostly in emotional scenes. Anasuya Bharadwaj as journalist Shrestha has done the decent job but her role is not synced to the emotions by considering her performance. The flashback that features Manchu Vishnu as young Shivaji and Shriya Saran as Saradha is an interesting part of the movie. Thaman music is good in two songs. But, his background score is very good and added the required depth to the scenes. Talking about the director, Madan has done a great job to portray Mohan Babu in two different roles and handles well to narrate the intense family drama to the audience. But, he has taken much time in first half and mixed some unnecessary scenes in the first half. But, we can see his brilliance from the second half. He should have to focus on a screenplay to get engage the audience well in the first half. Sarvesh Murari cinematography is decent and captured the scenes with his Excellency.
Movie Rating: 3 / 5