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Aravindha Sametha Movie Review

Aravindha Sametha Movie Review

Release Date: Thursday 11th October 2018

Cast: NTR, Pooja Hegde, Eesha Rebba, Jagapathi Babu, Naga Babu, Naveen Chandra, Sunil, Eeshwari Rao, Srinivasa Reddy, and others


Veera Raghava Reddys (NTR Jr) father is killed in a faction war. The rival is Basireddy (Jagapathi Babu). Raghava Reddy takes up the sickle and kills the rival gang. His grandmother tells him to drop the violent wars, put an end to these neverending faction killings.

He moves to Hyderabad and meets an anthropologist student Aravindha (Pooja Hegde). As he is leading peaceful life, the faction rivals are hunting for him. He comes to know that Basireddy has survived in the earlier attack.

What would Raghava Reddy do now to lead peace in the region


Aravindha Sametha begins on a stunning note. NTR is introduced in simple manner but the next scene stuns. A huge faction killings happen. His father Naga Babu is killed by Jagapathi Babu.

This sequence is established in the very first 15 minutes and the entire episode is narrated brilliantly by director Trivikram setting high expectations from the movie.

For the first 40 minutes we are on a rollercoaster ride. Here itself director Trivikram establishes that the film is all about a protagonist trying to find peace to the faction. So far so good.

And suddenly, the drama moves to Hyderabad and heroine is introduced. Graph falls like Sensex. From there the movie moves on uneven manner till the interval leaving us in mixed feelings.

Postinterval the movie comes back in the groove with a stunning sequence of Pooja Hegdes kidnap sequence where NTRs heroism is shown over a phone call. This is the best scene in the entire movie. It also showcases Trivikrams master writing skills.

Although the film again slacks a bit, it gains the momentum at preclimax episode and ends in different way. The second half is mostly gripping.

Though the story is as old as hills, it is Trivikrams dialogues and NTRs excellent performance and screen presence that glues us to the screens.

The final sequences are enough to give pass marks to this routine faction story. Trivikram has shown his best output in the final portions.

However, the film has many issues. The first and foremost is there is nothing new in the story or screenplay and moreover the factionism is not as prevalent as it was some 30 years ago.

The Rayalaseema faction wars are a thing of the past. And the muchhyped Peniviti song is a damp squib on screen. There are many brilliant dialogues by Trivikram but they seem forcible rather than organic. Also the film doesnt provide any entertainment.

All in all, Aravindha Sametha is an old faction story that relies more on performances of NTR Jr and Jagapathi Babu and other actors. This is intense story with uneven screenplay. But it is worth a watch for NTR and the final sequences

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