The day Nandamuri fans had been waiting for is finally here! Tollywood Young Tiger's Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava hit theatres today as dasara gift to Tarak fans. Expectations are riding high on this movie. While Trivikram too is looking to make a comeback with this mass commercial entertainer, NTR wants to continue his winning streak after Jai Lava Kusa success. Does the film live up to the expectations of the audience? Let's find out...

Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava Review

Aravinda Sametha is full on action entertainer set in Rayalaseema backdrop. Box Office Badshah NTR is back in Veera Raghava avatar to enthrall the audience. Does the tiger roar? Here's our analysis...

Aravinda Sametha plot: The youngest member of the violent and powerful family decides to find ways to resolve issues in peace. But it's easier said than done. How does Veera Raghava manage to achieve his goal? What happens in his journey to reach the mission? Watch the movie to find out. So, how has the movie fared?

Aravinda Sametha Analysis

Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava is a faction feud between two communities—Nallagudi and Kommadi. Basi Reddy (Jagapathi Babu) is in complete control of Nallagudi while Narapa Reddy (Nagababu) heads the Kommadi village. The two villages clash over a trivial matter and are at loggerheads. At that time, Narapareddy's son Veera Raghava Reddy returns home from London. Tragedy strikes and that's when Veera Raghava decides to stay away from violence and leaves for Hyderabad. He meets Aravinda (Pooja) in Hyderabad after which the duo fall in love. However, an incident changes Raghava's life forever and he vows to stop the bloodshed and bring peace. Will he achieve that? What are the obstacles he faces?

Well, the film starts with a faction drama. NTR's entry is grand and gives fans enough whistle-worthy moments. The first few scenes are loaded with emotional quotient and manages to keep the audience engaged. Trivikram's trademark dialogues is easy to connect to. Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava is a faction feud between two communities—Nallagudi and Kommadi. Basi Reddy (Jagapathi Babu) is in complete control of Nallagudi while Narapa Reddy (Nagababu) heads the Kommadi village. The two villages clash over a trivial matter and are at loggerheads. At that time, Narapareddy's son Veera Raghava Reddy returns home from London. Tragedy strikes and that's when Veera Raghava decides to stay away from violence and leaves for Hyderabad. He meets Aravinda (Pooja) in Hyderabad after which the duo fall in love. However, an incident changes Raghava's life forever and he vows to stop the bloodshed and bring peace. Will he achieve that? What are the obstacles he faces?

NTR excels in every frame. Be it emotions, romance or action—the young tiger has delivered his best. In a few scenes, you could say he carries the entire film on his shoulder and you realise if not for him, the scene would have no value. NTR's efforts to look good on screen and his dedication towards mastering the Rayalaseema dialect is noticeable. Pooja Hegde is the leading lady but she has more job to do than that and pulls off her role effortlessly. We don't have to tell you much about the baddie. That Jagapathi Babu is having the time of his life playing negative roles in the second innings of his career is all too evident. He just nails it in terms of looks or performance. He's a treat to watch. Naga Babu has been given a fantastic role while Supriya Pathak, Rao Ramesh do justice to their characters. Sunil's comic timing is noteworthy. SS Thaman's music is noteworthy. BGM in certain scenes stand out.

Trivikram has made every effort to give the audience what they want. He's well aware of the target audience (NTR fans) and included all the mass elements to appease them. Be it dialogues, emotions, action Trivikram has brought out the best in NTR. Cinematographer Vinda has captured the beauty of Rayalaseema in all its glory and is a feast to the eyes. Although the first half hour of the film is pacy and a breeze to watch, the same momentum isn't maintained thereafter. Yet Trivikram introduces romance and comedy to keep the viewer engaged.

It's worth mentioning here that NTR managed to complete his scenes so the film can release on time despite the sudden demise of his father. While fans have heaped praises on the young tiger for his performance, audience say that Trivikram has made a good comeback with this film.

Manchu Manoj has called it a blockbuster hit. here's a look at his tweet...

Plus

  • NTR
  • BGM
  • Jagpathi Babu
  • Trivikram punch

Minus

  • Routine script
  • Low on entertainment

Verdict: A typical mass masala entertainer, a visual treat for NTR fans. Tarak fans will love this every bit. Trivikram is back and NTR has a winner in his hand. Watch Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava for Tarak.

Also Read:Aravinda Sametha Audience Review From US Premieres

Audience who managed to watch the early shows have shared their reviews on social media. Let's find out what they have to say about the film.

Aravinda Sametha Twitter review