Dear Comrade Movie Review


Directed by: Bharat Kamma
Produced by: Yash Rangineni
Starring: Vijay Devarakonda, Rashmika Mandanna, Shruti Ramachandran
Music by: Justin Prabhakaran
Cinematography: Sujith Sarang
Edited by: Sreejith Sarang
Production Company: Mythri Movie Makers, Big Ben Cinemas
Release date: 26 July 2019
Language: Telugu;Rating: 3.25/5

Dear Comrade is an intense love story between Bobby (Vijay Deverakonda), a student union leader and Lily (Rashmika Mandanna) a state-level cricketer. Bobby has anger management issues, which he needs to overcome and fight for his love. What happens then? Did he change? Forms the story of the movie.

Vijay Devarakonda is unquestionably the show stealer of this film. The entertainer has conveyed a vivacious and remarkable exhibition in this film. Not just in the sentimental scenes and activity groupings, Vijay Devarakonda has a conveyed a wonderful presentation even in the enthusiastic scenes also. Rashmika Mandanna is really an advantage for this film. The on-screen character has pulled off her job well. Unnecessary to make reference to that her sizzling hot science with Vijay Devarakonda can be considered as one of the significant attractions of this film. Shruti Ramachandran did convincingly well in her job. Sanjay Swarup has conveyed a not too bad execution. The remainder of the cast is better than average.

Technical Aspects:
Executive Bharat Kamma has arranged a drawing in story for this film. The way he has portrayed this content is brilliant. He has not just arranged a fascinating story line for the film yet in addition described it in a basic and excellent way. He has demonstrated that his narrating abilities are extraordinary and furthermore the pace of his portrayal is consistent all through the film. Generation esteems by Yash Rangineni under Mythri Movie Makers are exceptionally rich. Music by Justin Prabhakaran is certainly one of the significant features of this film. He has not just scored some astounding tunes for the film yet in addition given lively and fiery BGM for the film. Cinematography by Sujith Sarang is excellent. All his visuals are impeccable. Sreejith Sarang’s altering is perfect and slick.

Plus Points:

Minus Points:
Drags in Second Half

The film has a strong story line which is effectively relatable for the spectators. The initial 20 minutes of the motion picture itself will cause the group of spectators to interface with the account of the film. The primary portion of the motion picture is loaded up with some cheerful satire, staggering sentimental scenes between the leads and some activity successions while the subsequent half turns into somewhat genuine and overwhelming with feelings. Particularly the pre-peak and peak scenes of the film can be considered as the features of this film and are endearing. Vijay and Rashmika’s science, story line and music can be considered as the features of this film. There are some draggy scenes in the second half before the pre-peak which will be the less focuses. In general, ‘Dear Comrade’ is unquestionably a value watching film for all segments of the crowd.

Punch Line: Dear Comrade Interesting & Entertaining Social Drama