Fans in frenzy as Rana rocks

Rana Daggubati simply rocks. With tailor-made sizzling script and equally energetic and fast-paced plotline, Rana lives the role ruling roost in Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum. And with svelte and dusky Nayanathara thrown in good measure for pretty company, director Krish’s KVJ provides heady cocktail for fans seeking ensemble entertainment as Friday first show troopers. Ofcourse, KVJ is not without its drawbacks that drags the high-decibel action thriller from fulsome entertainer.

Grandson BTech Babu chasing dollar dreams is not in consonance with theatre titan grand dad Subramanyam that he dedicate himself to Surabhi Group’s stage shows.

However, heeding to old man’s counsel he consents to do a swanswong of KVJ which takes him to theatre festival in Bellary. Things take new turn in mining town when BTech Babu gets enmeshed in the harsh realities the citizens driven to sorrow by the mining mafia. How our Rana takes on cudgels with mining don King Redappa and turns saviour of the exploited forms the fulcrum of KVJ. With his six pack abs, Rana delivers a thundering performance with fiesty fights and roaring dialogues evoking delirious cheer from loyal fans.

Glam doll Nayanathara as documentary-filmkaer-cum-reporter Devika (who sets Babu on his crusade) is your pretty young thing to provide salacious diversions through dance & song ensembles (with mandatory drenchy rain jig) when going gets rather too hot under the collar. Thanks to his technical team as well, Krish’s kitsch provides necessary kick for two-and-half-hour of non-stop action surcharged drama to relish for those seeking paisa vasool time at theatres. Enjoy!

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