Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India Movie Review
Cast and crew:
Starring: Allu Arjun, Anu Emmanuel, Arjun, Boman Irani, Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore and Nadiya
Production banner: Rama Lakshmi Cine Creations
Music: Vishal Sekhar
Cinematography: Rajeev Ravi
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Presenter: Naga Babu
Producers: Sridhar Lagadapati, Bunny Vaas
Written and direction: Vakkantham Vamsi
Stylish star Allu Arjun is one such hero in the industry, who always tries to do something different and present himself in a never seen before avatar. He is on roll with consecutive hits and now back again with an interesting film, Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India, which is introducing writer Vakkantham Vamsi as the director. For the first time, Bunny will be seen playing the role of a military officer. Amidst huge expectations, the film finally hit the screens and let’s see whether he impressed the audience or not.
The story starts with the introduction of Surya (Allu Arjun) who is a military officer and lives with an ambition serve the country at the border. He is short-tempered and due to this, he broke the military rules. The higher officials sent him back to his place, for his aggressive attitude and ask him to get a clearance certificate from one of the leading psychologists in the world Rama Krishna (Arjun) to get back to the military camp. The rest of the story is whether he managed to get the certificate or not and he gets back to the military or not. To get answers to all these questions, one needs to watch the film.
Stylish star Allu Arjun once again proved his mettle at the box office. He did complete justice to the role and steals the show with his attitude and expressions as an arrogant military officer. Anu Emmanuel gave her best in her role and added glamor to the screen. Arjun completely steals the show as a psychologist. The scenes that come in between Allu Arjun and Arjun will definitely steal the show. Sharath Kumar, Rao Ramesh, Nadiya and Vennela Kishore did well in their respective roles.
We need to appreciate the guts of writer Vakkantham Vamsi for showing Bunny in a never seen before avatar and choosing a typical story for his directorial debut. He has put all his efforts and hard work to impress the audience and he focused much on the dialogues and screenplay. The director might have focused much in the second half and can even trim the run time, as it might disappoint the audience. Rajeev Ravi’s cinematography is top notch. Music directors duo Vishal-Sekhar gave their best and impressed the audience with their spectacular BGM and tunes. The production values need special mention. The producers didn’t comprise in any aspect and gave the best and grand look to the film.
Boring second half boring
Hero elevation in few scenes
A must watch for this Summer and it is definitely a visual treat for Allu Arjun and mega fans. The actor once again steals the show for his terrific performance. If the director might have reduced the runtime and elevated the hero properly in few scenes, then it might be the biggest blockbuster.