Chiranjeevi Starrer Godfather Film Review, Fans Say – Boss Is Back!
Megastar Chiranjeevi’s film Godfather is going to hit the theaters. It is a political drama film which resembles some true recent political events.
Following the disappointment of Acharya, megastar Chiranjeevi is attempting his luck with a recreation of God Father. Mohan Raja is the director of this political thriller, which also has a lot of action.
The crew believes they have made enough changes to be appealing to the telugu audience. Bollywood actor Salman Khan will play a cameo role, along with Nayanthara, Satyadev, and Samuthirakani.
The soundtrack was written by Thaman, and the producers are Konidela Production Company and Super Good Films. God Father’s theatrical and non-theatrical rights have been sold for outrageous prices.
The performance of Godfather started out. The politics of the state are strained by cm PKR’s unexpected death. Puri, the director of the show, first works as a journalist.
Puri Jagannadh, who is directing the political drama, makes a strong first impression. He looked fully at ease on camera.
The first half of The Godfather remains committed to its subject matter, a quiet political drama, without taking any unnecessary diversions.
Satya Dev astounds Chiranjeevi. Megastar, Mohan Raja, Satya Dev, and Thaman have so far all created masterpieces.
Without changing the basic premise, the script was altered, and it worked well. Megastar gave a fantastic performance as Brahma, and the character was ideal for him.
JayaDev is a drug dealer run by Satyadev. He garners the backing of each MLA in order to become the chief minister.
The scene reminds me of an actual incident that happened immediately after YSR’s death. When JayaDev receives an unexpected shock, it makes for an engaging situation.
CM possibilities include JayaDev and Satya Priya (Nayanatara) (SatyaDev). When PKR dies, there is discussion on who will be the new cm. Brahma’s (Chiranjeevi) father is PKR.
It appears that GodFather changed every aspect of Lucifer’s story. The opening sequence features some of Thaman’s best BGM. Chiranjeevi gets the award for the most recent, great introduction.
Nayanatara divulges all to Brahma. All the weeds are currently being pulled out by Brahma.
However, the movie features one bad VFX scene. Salman Khan’s entrance disrupts everything and makes things worse by quickening the rhythm until the climax.
Even though Godfather stays true to the original, it has enough alterations to appeal to a contemporary audience.
Megastar Chiranjeevi was chosen to play Brahma in the film. We’re hoping this ushers in a fresh batch of characters for him.
The roles would be well-suited to Satyadev and Nayanatara. Salman adds stardom and ruins the flow of the story, Chiranjeevi was enough for the film.
However, there isn’t much substance to his persona. In general, Godfather holds your attention the entire time.