Khaidi No 150 Movie Review
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Kajal Agarwal, Tarun Arora, Brahmanandam, Posani Krishna Murali, Ali, Prudhviraj
Special Appearance: Ram Charan, VV Vinayak, Lakshmi Rai
Khaidi No 150 is the 150th film for Chiranjeevi, a rather mega comeback with the movie released in thousands of theaters. The megastar of Andhra Pradesh an Telangana is returned to the silver screen after much awaiting from his fans. Directed by V.V.Vinayak who has been delivering flops one after the other has been given another chance of proving his mettle as director with this film. Khaidi No. 150 is an official remake of Tamil hit ‘Kaththi’ that starred Ilayathalapathy Vijay in lead role. The movie has been released on January 11, 2017 Worldwide.
Here is our Khaidi No. 150 Movie Review and Khaidi No. 150 Movie rating from Premier shows.
The Story of a petty criminal Chiranjeevi (Srinu), who escapes from jail. He plans to run away to a foreign country, but drops his plan after meeting a girl kajal agarwal at the airport. He come across his look like chitranjeevi,who name is (Shankar) who is being shot by a group of thugs. He admits the latter to a hospital and decides to impersonate him after learning that his look like is a post-graduate in hydrology and wants to help farmers in his village, which is under threat of being occupied by an Multi National Company, which wants to construct a factory. There he comes to know that Shankar’s life is miserable as he is the only an who is helping the downtrodden farmers of his village. Upset by his, Srinu decides to won Shankar’s problem and launches a huge fight against the MNC companies who are behind all this. How does he solve all these problems forms of the story?
Khaidi No 150 has an interesting story with a beautiful message to the society. The director has remained faithful the story, but has made some minor changes in the screenplay to suit the Telugu film lovers. Some comedy and romance scenes keep he audience entertained in the first half. The story gets serious in the second half, which is very engaging.
Chiranjeevi when you see him on screen the first thing comes to your mind is , did chiranjeevi really take a nine-year old gap. Right from the first frame. He has played dual roles in Khaidi NO 150 and has delivered a wonderful performance. He impresses the audience with his young look, action, dance and dialogue delivery. kajal agarwal, who appears as his love interest, has done justice to her role and her glamour and chemistry with chiru are among the highlights of the film, say the audience.
As an antagonist, Tarun Arora has done exceptionally well and he is an assets to Khaidi No 150. Brahmanandam, Posani Krishna Murali, Ali and Prudhviraj comdey timing is among the big attractions of the film. Ram Charan, VV Vinayak and Lakshmi Rai made special appearances and they are also a big assets to the movie.
Khaidi No 150 has good production values. The Soundtracks, background score, picturization, amazing choreography of dance and action are the big attractions of the technical front, say the audience.
Highlights and Positives:
(Chiranjeevi) Boss is Back antics and moves
Songs and Dance
Villagers emotional scenes
Songs Interruption in between story
Top action scenes
Poor Villagers commercial rather than keeping it serious