Parama Veera Chakra review

Parama Veera Chakra review

Source: General

By: By Moviebuzz

Critic's Rating: 3/5

Monday 17 January 2011

Movie Title

Parama Veera Chakra review


Dasari Narayana Rao

Star Cast

Balakrishna, Ameesha Patel, Sheela, Neha Dupia, Jayasudha

Parama Veera Chakra, projected as the 150th movie of Dasari Narayana Rao, raised many a doubt right from the beginning.

The fans of Balakrishna almost revolted against the combination, but were silenced by the hero himself, convincing them that PVC would be on the lines of Bobbili Puli and Sardar Papa Rayudu.

Even, Dasari himself said that PVC has the combined power of the two blockbusters of yesteryears (directed by him, starring NTR). Let us see, whether their claim stood the test of the audiences.

Chakradhar (Balakrishna) is a top film hero. But, his mother (Jayasudha) does not like her son as an actor. She wants him to become an army officer. A ravishing girl (Sheela) falls in love with Chakradhar, thanks to his roles? Ravana Brahma, Komaram Bheem, union leader.

One fine day, an Army personnel visit Chakradhar and reveal "something rather secretive". The hero takes on the role as Major Jayasimha, a dreaded military officer. Does he really become an army officer? Or was he acting? What prompted the hero to get carried away by the revelation of the army official? The answers form the crux of the story.

Balakrishna, despite showing signs of aging, ripped out his prowess to the maximum, even making the mid-rung and older generation audience recall the stamina of NTR in Bobbili Puli and Sardar Paparayudu. His dialogue delivery is stupendous, but for the older generation.

Both Sheela and Ameesha Patel, who provided the much required oomph in several scenes, are just limited to being glam dolls. The Robo spoof was sub-standard, with Brahmanandam, Ali and Hema in it. The audience were left to wonder why Krishna Bhagwan and Raghu Babu were a part of the movie.

The presence of ace film personalities, Boyapati Sreenu, Sreenu Vytla, Kodi Ramakrishna, Jonnaviththula, and Singeetham, sounded rather hysterical on the part of Dasari, with no relevance to the theme of the movie.

Regarding the story, it sounded outdated and ridiculous with no match for the present day youth. Though the hero was presented in many types of attire, they give the feel of street play. The dialogues department rendered an effect as though the audiences were watching a theatrical presentation. From the start to finish, an air of expectation overtakes the theatres. Music is mediocre. Songs are not effective. Cinematography is sub-standard. Editing is poor.

The first half was wasted with unnecessary romance, while stuffing the second half with the intent of the director, rendering the screenplay and narration confused and throwing into utter chaos.

Verdict: Disappointing

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