Stylish but silly
2.25 / 5
2 x 12 d, ‘U/A’ approved.
What was the movie about?
Arjun (Ashok Jalla) is a middle class man who wants to become an actor. With his friend, he tries different roles and meets different directors. He has a girlfriend, Subbu (Nidhhi Agerwal), whose father is against Arjun becoming an actor. One day, he accidentally received a gun as a parcel, which turned his life upside down.
What did Arjun do with the gun? Who is the owner of the gun and why he was sent in the first place is the core story of the film.
Ashok Gala appears as a hero with the hero. Looking at the final product, one cannot help but think that it is a project tailored to suit its power. Well, the end result is a great introduction.
Except for a few odd angles, Ashok Galla gives the champ his best shot, whether it’s dancing or fighting. It’s a vital part where he’s in the thick of things right from the start. It’s a light-hearted role, and is more about fun and energy than high drama. It’s also one of the reasons the character works. There is still a long way to go, and similar roles may not work all the time. Therefore, a lot will depend on Ashok Galla’s choice of his future in films.
Sriram Adittya from Bhale Manchi Roju, Shamantakamani and Devadas are guiding the hero. His latest films also belong to the same category of films. It’s a crime comedy flick that includes the mafia, goons with an allergy or a middle-class background.
The first half of Hero is all the fun that includes parodies, accurate digs, and typical sense of humor in the background. Since there isn’t much story, the narration focuses on gags. Some work, but the sense of repetition begins after a point. Here you add mumbai wallpaper without some intrigue.
Stylish and cool design, movie background and mafia are getting attention. The hit between the interval and the interval raises the level of curiosity in the second half.
The opening second half kicks off with the same momentum, but once the real mystery behind the gun is revealed, things start to fall apart. It’s absurd. This wasn’t usually a problem, but the way the film’s tone and script have been built up to that point, the revelation has the opposite effect.
The narrative would have to be more absurd for such a development or this level of indifference to work. What we get is surface level only with bits and pieces showing that promise.
But the good thing is that after the mystery behind the gun and flashback is revealed, the silly tone is maintained with irony and comedy along the way. One only gives in to the narrative, which means it can fit into a few. However, there is no doubt that it is a missed opportunity to introduce a wacky artist. It has been a long time since we have seen this type of movie in Telugu.
In general, Hero has it all but stumbles upon the important section of the story. However, if one wanted to watch a silly, mindless artist, one could give Hero a chance. But remember to make expectations come true.
Nidhhi Agerwal looks glamorous and appropriate in the songs, but her role is only functional in the narration. It only serves as a link to the two main characters driving the plot.
Jagapathi Babu is good at playing his usual role. Ravi Kishan, who is seen after a hiatus, swells. Despite this, it is well designed and refined. Sathya is crucial to the fun in the first half. It delivers, but there is still a lingering feeling that it has not been sufficiently exploited. The second half, in particular, needed more of it. Naresh is reliable, as always. Sokanya is respectable in a small role. Vennela Kishore and Brahmaji show some sparks in a few places, but that’s it.
Music and other sections?
Gibran’s music is fine. There are two songs that ring well and are well filmed. The background score is where the influence of the musician can be felt. Cinematography is a major asset of the film. Sameer Reddy and Richard Prasad did a great job giving the movie a stylish and modern feel. The editing is good and adds to the smoothness mentioned earlier. The writing is decent, but it should have been a lot better for what the director intended.
Spot making (production values)
Entertainment in parts
Fun atmosphere all the time
Not engaging in the narrative
Half-baked romance track
Did you enjoy it?
Yes, in parts
Would you recommend it?
Yes, but with huge reservations
Hero Telugu movie review by Siddhartha Toletti
The second half of Hero continues to be elegant and elegant, but turns out in a very silly way in terms of plot and is only meant for laughter. Some of them work, but in general, it is a trivial pleasure that is not for everyone.
Newcomer Ashok Gala looks confident and plays a lively character well.
– Brahmaji got an episode of parodying “First in India” “Pan India Star” – the current hot topics in Tollywood.
The flashback loop for entertainment is very long.
– The first fight in the second half is elegant and elegant.
The champion started the second half. Jagapathi Babu is in danger, and the hero Arjun is connected to him.
First half report:
Hero has a simple streak, but the director creates intrigue through elegant and elegant execution mixed with entertainment. Ashok Gala, to the newcomer, appears well-prepared and energetic on screen.
The real story begins at the breaking point, and a lot depends on the second half to move forward and come up with a winner.
Arjun (Ashok Gala) and his friend Satya encounter an unexpected problem.
– Rap songs and dance choreography is fine.
Arjun (Ashok Gala) and Subo (Nidhi Aggarwal) are in love. Arjun gives auditions for Champion Chances. Director Anil Ravibody appears in a cameo.
– Brilliant and elegant introduction to Ashok Gala’s debut using the legendary cowboy movie Krishna I in Telugu Mosagallu Mosagudu and Mahesh Babu’s Millennium Cowboy movie that Takkari Donga is referring to. The introduction worked very well.
The Champion Show started with special thank you cards for Mahesh Babu, Ram Charan and Rana Daggubati.
Hero Telugu (2022) review, US premiere updates will start soon. stay tuned
The Champion, which presents Ashok Galla as the protagonist, is slated to release adorably on January 15th as a Sankranthi dessert. The film is directed by Sriram Adittya from Bhale Manchi Roju and Shamantakamani and Devadas.
Ashok Jalla is the newest participant of the Ghatamani family. Not only the hero but the movie also introduces Padmavati Galla as a producer. They invested money in the production to make it look great, which is shown in the visuals.
The festival version is perfect for films starring young heroes, especially when it comes to a unique concept. In the past, a movie like Express Raja has stunned the trade despite being released amidst tough competition. The hero hoped to repeat the same feat.
The hero has the advantage of a new theme, unlike other Sankranthi films. When new content clicks, it goes a long way at the box office; However, it rolls when it doesn’t. It’s a double-edged sword, because it can go either way. The hero hopes to be the first.
Good staff and good hero staff. For starters, Nidhhi Agerwal is the heroine. She has a good following among the youth. Apart from her, Jagapathi Babu, Naresh, Brahmaji and Vennela Kishore play important roles. Senior technicians like Gibran and Samir Reddy are also part of the crew.
Kind words are all that is needed for a hero. If he gets it, he will have the youth mandate for the festival period.
As always, Mirchi9 will give you a “First-on-Net” review honestly and truthfully. Watch this space for Hero Telugu 2021 movie review.
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