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Rang De Movie Review


By Hari Pavan Y on Mar 27, 2021 08:02 am

Arjun (Nithin) and  Anu (Keerthy Suresh) are neighbours from childhood. Anu grabbed all the attention of Arjun parents, once she moved next to them. 

Anu is the ideal child among his peer for everyone, as she is good at everything and tell on him. This made Arjun second favourite to his own parents.

Anu completed engineering but Arjun has five backlogs at the end of four years. She did tell again about his marks to his parents, as usual, they scolded him. 

After revaluation, he completes everything. Somewhere in this process, Anu falls in love with Arjun, but he didn't even consider as a fellow human being.

One day, Arjun sister came from Canada and encourages Anu to write the GMAT exam to join MBA in Canada. But her mother discourages and told her to be ready for the marriage.

Meanwhile, Arjun tries to cheat the exam and he succeeded. Anu convinces her mother and secretly writes the exam without knowing Arjun and scores one extra mark.

The agent tries to convince Arjun to another university rather than the university preferred by his sister and he almost succeded. His assistant slips Arjun nemisis name by mistake.

To make her drop from the seat, Arjun encourages Anu's mother to get her married. At the last moment of her marriage, she ran towards Arjun and hugs him. After that she get married to him in the register office.

The second half opens with a bang, that turns everything upside down and some how they both get managed to get the seats in the same university.  

The remaining plot is how they fought their way to be happy couple? how their parents help understand and handle the situation? 

The whole movie's plot is simple and the director extend the running time with a lot of comedy which actually worked and I really enjoyed watching the movie.The selfishness of the Arjun might make sense for few and not for others. 

Overall, the movie makes you laugh and fell all the emotions when you come out of the theatre. Eventhough, the plot is simple and predictable the comedy makes you sit patiently with laughter by the movie completes. The acting of keerthy suresh and the hero side kicks are good and noticeable.

I would rate 7/10. 


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Aranya Movie Review


By Hari Pavan Y on Mar 27, 2021 01:43 am

Narendra Bhupathi (Rana Daggubati), a president awardee for single-handedly planting acres of forest. So, the villagers in that area started calling him Aranya. He can understand the birds and all the animals around him as he grew there from his childhood.

One day, a group of men came into the reserved forest area for surveying the land to construct a brand new township, a dream of the forest minister. When the contractor about to start the work with fake documents and permission certificates, Aranya intervenes with them and tell them to stop the work but they didn't stop. 

The next day a group of elephants attacked the workers as they are building in the path of their daily routine. The contractor hired a mahot to drive away the wild elephants away from the site.

With help of a forest officer, Aranya managed to find the documents which state that his grandfather owns the land and donated it to the government to look after the forest and produced it to the national green tribunal. The court gave the order to halt the construction. In this scene you can find the chasing scene that show in the trailer.

The contractor started to work even there is a stay order. The forest officer cheats Aranya and sends him to jail for things he didn't do. From there the story goes wild like the 90's era with trocher and things.

The remaining plot is how Aranya with help of a reporter saved the forest by protesting and spreading awareness among the people. Overall, the movie showed how a man with serious emotions with nature from the childhood saved it by any means with a message to save the lungs of the earth. 

I would rate 7/10 for the message and Rana's acting. There are few points in the movie with missing links. Everyone can easily notice that at the end of the movie


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