Movie Title: Naayak
Banner: Universal Media
Release Date: 9th January 2013.
Cast: Ram Charan Teja, Kajal Agarwal, Amala Paul, Brahmanandam, Pradeep Rawat, Rahul Dev, Posani Krishna Murali and Jayaprakash Reddy.
Censors Rating: “A”
The most eagerly awaited date 9th January 2013 has seen crowds all around the theatres of Hyderabad. The event being the screening of Ram Charan Teja’s Naayak.
Cherry (Ram Charan is working as a software engineer in his uncle (Brahmanandam) Jilebi’s) I T Company at Hyderabad. He falls in love with Madhu (Kaja Agarwal), sister of Babji (Rahul Dev) a don at Hyderabad. C B I Group in Investigation of serial murders comes to Hyderabad. The DGP is also murder. Suspecting Cherry is responsible for all the murders, arrest Cherry. The twist in the story is how Chery prove his innocence and come out is the story to be seen on the silver screen.
Ram Charan in dual role impressed with improved action and diction of dialogues. He did well in the comedy scenes too. His stepping for dances is very good. In the movie Naayak, one will find a matured actor in Ram Charan Teja.
Kajal Agarwal and Amala Paul in their usual style glamorous. The stepped well along with Ram Charan in Song-dance sequences.
Pradeep Rawat in his routine style did well the given role.
Brahmanadam, Posani Krishna Murali and Jayaprakash Reddy have presented good comedy.
V V Vinayak has used all his experience in making the film Naayak, a comedy mixed thriller.
Many punch dialogues from Akula Siva’s pen.
S Thaman scored good melodious tunes for the songs (For re-mix songs also). Thaman back ground score is as per the scenes.
Chota K Naidu impressed with Camera.
D V V Danayya with the recent success of Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu (2012) and Julayi (2012) looks like heading for one more box-office hit with Naayak.
Gautham Raju editing is neat.
This is full length entertainer with well balanced action drama and comedy.
Naayak can be seen once.