Khaidi No 150 is Mega Star's comeback film after 9 long years. This is his 150th film and it is a official remake of Tamil film 'Kaththi'.
Mega Star Chiranjeevi did dual role and Kajal Agarwal paired with him. Comedian Ali played full length side-kick role. Tarun Arora played antagonist role, Bramhanandam and Raghu Babu played hilarious roles.
Devi Sri Prasad composed music, Ratnavelu handled the cinematography, Parachuri Brothers and Sai Madhav Burra penned the dialogues. VV Vinayak directed this mass entertainer film and Ram Charan produced it under Konidela Production company banner.
Movie is released on 11th January, 2017 with 147 minutes duration and 'U/A' certificate.
Well, Movie kick starts with a great escape of Kaththi Seenu (Chirajeevi) from Calcutta Jail. He plans to leave the country.
The Mega Star's entry scene will be visual feast for his fans. The whole theatre is filled with claps, whistles and shouting for him. Mega Star looked very young and energetic.
One day, He come across a accident van with bullet wounded body in the van. Kind hearted Kaththi Seenu rush him to the hospital. The bullet wounded man Shankar (Chiranjeevi) looks alike Kaththi Sreenu. As Calcutta police were behind him, Sreenu takes Shankar's Identity and goes to his place.
Shankar is a graduate who fights for his home-town farmer's land against a corporate company. He is a responsible person and many farmers rely on him for justice.
Mega Star Chiranjeevi looks very different in both the looks. Kaththi Sreenu's look is very mass and Shankar's look is decent. Mega Star portrayed both the looks with ease. There are around two to three scenes in which we can see the star actor in two get-ups in one frame.
Kaththi Seenu who always thinks about money, owns Shankar's problems and fights for justice. How he wins farmer's hearts and solve their problems is rest of the story.
Kajal Agarwal played female lead role and she is just there for songs. Songs are only meant for fans.
The story of the this film is very strong and has a strong message against today's corporate business. The movie also showcases the importance about farmers and their significance.
Bramhanandham, Raghu Babu and Ali's characters are hilarious. The combination scenes of Chiru and Bramhanandhan are hilarious.
The caption, Boss is back is worthy captions for this film. The Mega Star is back with bang.
Posani Krishna Murali, Adhurs Raghu, 30 Years Industry, Parachuri Gopala Krishna played small length roles. The antagonist, Tarun Arora is good in his role but not as strong as we expect. Others did as required.
One of the major highlights in this film is Devi Sri Prasad's music. Though the songs are not necessary for the film, they were captured well. Ammudu let's do Kummudu, Rattalu and You and Me songs are good on screen.
Ratnavelu Cinematography is one more highlight in the film. He captured Chiru with young look and every frame is beautiful. Coin fight scene at Interval is very gripping and it was picturised very well. Dialogues are very good. Paruchuri Brothers, Sai madhav Burra and others wrote suitable dialogue with strong scenes.
Editing is ok, Few unwanted scenes can be chopped. Story is provided by AR Murugadoss and movie was well told on Telugu screen. The whole credit goes to director VV Vinayak for gripping screenplay.
The first half was only made for Mega fans with all commercial elements. The Interval fight unfold the film to main stream story. Mega Star Chiranjeevi completely carried the second half on his shoulders.
The concept of this film is very massy one. The Farmers troubles and their importance were well told in the film. Though the film was told in a commercial way, the essence and life of the main stream story was never missed. Many farmers and their sons who are enjoying the corporate life in well established cities will surely connect to this film.
Khaidi No 150 is not just a come back film for Mega Star Chiranjeevi but it is really a come back film with big bang. Yes, Boss is back.