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Devadas movie review
Star Cast: Nani, Nagarjuna, Rashmika Mandanna
Director: Sriram Aditya
Producer: Vyjayanthi Movies
Releasing on: September 27, 2018
Deva (Nagarjuna) is a menacing gangster who returns to Hyderabad after a hiatus. No one alive has seen Deva, and it gives him the liberty to roam around without any inhibition of getting caught. And then there is Das (Nani), an innocent and kind doctor.
Deva and Das are two contrasting characters - one takes the life of people and the other one saves people. Under unusual circumstances, Deva and Das meet each other. Both of them are on a path to self-discovery which eventually changes their approach to life. How did their relationship unfold? Who is Deva? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the movie.
Nagarjuna is stunning in the film and his look was stylish. He played his role so easily that he does not have to work a lot but just be himself on the screen. The bromance of Nag and Nani is impressive.
The heroines Aakanksha Singh and Rashmika have impressed with their presence in the movie. They looked beautiful and acted well. The other actors like Vennela Kishore, Murli Sharma, and others are also impressive and made their presence felt.
Mani Sharma has maintained the proper tempo in elevating the film wherever necessary with his score. The songs are good on the screen as well. The artwork is excellent. The writing is decent. Vyjayanthi movies maintained proper production values for the film.
Devadas's main plot is the effect Nani and Nagarjuna have on each other. There are nearly four subplots in the story and none of them are well-structured. Perhaps Sriram Adittya decided to do it that way to highlight Nani and Nagarjuna's portions. But it is safe to say that this move has not worked to his favour.
Another major flaw in Devadas is the sheer number of loopholes and unfinished characterisations. Many characters come and go without a purpose, and it tests the patience of the audience every now and then.
Devadas could have been another Oopiri had Sriram Adittya structured the film in a better manner. Sometimes it gets tiring to watch, the climax leaves you with a smile on your face.
Nagarjuna's entry is a must-watch. The duo leads get acquainted and then starts the entertainment. The interval bang is good and interesting. The second failed to continue the pace. The boring and draggy scenes might irk the audience but the movie succeeds in reaching the expectations. Keeping the story aside, the movie is a complete entertainer.
Watch Devadas for Nani and Nagarjuna's adorable bromance.
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