Pawan Kalyan’s Bheemla Nayak Review And Rating


Powerstar Pawan Kalyan’s Bheemla Nayak had a record release across the globe on Friday. Saagar Chandra directed this redo of the Malayalam film Ayyappanum Koshiyum and Trivikram wrote the content and the screenplay. Rana Daggubati played the other lead job and Nithya Menen is the lead female. Thaman’s music collection is now beating the music outlines and Sithara Entertainments are the makers.

Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Rana Daggubati and others
Director: Saagar K Chandra
Run-Time: 145 minutes

Bheemla Nayak Trailer

Bheemla Nayak Story

Bheemla Nayak (Pawan Kalyan) is a legit sub-Inspector in the Kurnool region. One evening, he captures Daniel ‘Danny’ Sekhar (Rana Daggubati), a resigned armed force man, as he transports bottles of liquor in ‘dry’ territory. Danny’s ego is hurt and the conflict between the two raises from verbal fights to physical. The rest of the film is concerning the way that Danny tries to take his revenge on Bheemla Nayak and Nayak’s answer to Danny.

Bheemla Nayak Review

The essential reason for Bheemla Nayak is the ego conflict of two in number willed people. In the first film ‘Ayyappanum Koshiyum’ we see more verbal competes than real actual battles. Bheemla Nayak remains consistent with the first half of the film, with the two heroes going to fights in the second half. This is a film trickling with the mass allure of Pawan Kalyan and the flawless demeanor of Rana. The film sets up the two main characters in the opening scenes, giving a thought regarding their size as far as ego as well as the degree to which they can go.

The progressions made in the last part should have been visible as a deviation from the brightness of the first content, however, it is loaded up with mass components that cater well to Telugu crowds. The pre-peak wind and the enormous flashback are examples; here we see more emphasis on generating mass appealing emotions rather than telling an engaging story itself–this might work best among fans though others might find it a bit repetitive. Pawan Kalyan’s character helps us to remember his Badri days, which were so serious and hazardous.

The manner in which director Sagar K Chandra guaranteed the ideal equilibrium and qualities between Pawan Kalyan, and Rana’s characters is noticeable through the film. Trivikram’s imprint can likewise be seen, particularly with the discoursed and the screenplay. Music Director Thaman has amplified many confrontation moments using a background score. Production values by Sithara Entertainments are great. Producer Suryadevara Naga Vamshi has conveyed the ideal mix of making

The characters of Nayak are strong, Danny set a perfect stage for Pawan Kalyan and Rana to deliver intense performances. Both the star give justice to the characters  The supporting cast of the film  Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, and Samudra Khani worked effectively in supporting the primary team. Nitya Menen playing the role of Nayak’s was appreciated while Samyuktha Menon played Danny’s significant other flawlessly. Nitya Menen’s chemistry with Pawan is cute; she is an able performer without a doubt.

Conclusion: The changes made are worked for this film, and fans will go crazy with Pawan Kalyan’s flighty portrayal all through numerous scenes. Pawan Kalyan and Rana’s matching has raised this conflict of the self-image-themed film with their splendid performances. Generally, Bheemlaa Nayak is a champ !!

Bheemla Nayak Rating