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Acharya – Movie Review

Acharya Movie Review

 Acharya – Movie Review & Rating

  • Released Date – 29 April 2022
  • Released Language – Telugu
  • Watch Time - 2 Hr 56 mins
  • Movie Type – Action, Thriller, Romance
  • Average User Rating – 2.4/5

Acharya Movie – Star Cast

Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, Pooja Hegde, Kajal Aggarwal, Sonu Sood, Jisshu Sengupta, Vennela Kishore, Saurav Lokesh, Kishore, Posani Krishna Murali, Tanikella Bharani, Ajay, Sangeetha Krish, Banerjee, Regina Cassandra in a special appearance

Director: Koratala Siva

Acharya Movie Story

The audience has high expectations from filmmaker Koratala Siva's film 'Acharya'. At the same time, South Superstar Chiranjeevi and his son Ram Charan are sharing the screen together in the film, so the expectations of the fans have doubled. 

In the film Acharya, it is being said about the superstar father-son duo that Ram Charan and Chiranjeevi have been brought together on the screen to attract the audience to the theaters on their own. Now the film (Ram Charan) has been released in theatres. 

It is being said that a week after the release, the film Acharya will also be dropped on the OTT platform. It is being said that the film can be seen on Amazon Prime after a week.

Acharya Movie Review:

The story is about three villages and the people living in them who are bound to each other through love, faith. There is a lot of love and unity between this village 'Dharmasthali', 'Siddhavanam' and 'Padmaghtam'. 

Now there is a temple in Dharmasthali which is under Basava. Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is playing Basava's character in the film. Since the temple is in the possession of Basava, he runs his own. He is a tyrannical person. 

The people of Padmaghatham village are associated with Ayurvedic living, but they are not allowed to come to this temple. Now in such a situation, it is in the hands of Acharya how he supports people in fighting for their rights. 

Chiranjeevi is in the role of Acharya in the film. Ram Charan is in the role of Siddha in the film. It is interesting to see how Siddha's entry is made in all these stories in the film.

Review and Acting

Watching the father-son duo on screen is a different experience. The talk of the seasoned actor Chiranjeevi is unique. Ram Charan is also looking amazing on the screen. But the film is quite weak in many respects. Seeing Siwa's film Acharya, the work of his old four films seems much better. 

In such a situation, it would not be wrong to say that his film Acharya is proving to be weak as compared to other films. From story to direction, there are minor shortcomings. Screenplay is very weak. There are some scenes in the film that could have been made more interesting, but this was not done.

The love story of Ramcharan and Pooja is weak in the film.

With Chiru alluding to his mission and Siddha in Dharmasthali, it is fairly clear that the second part is about Siddha. Whereas even the most popular siddhas go to an old narrative of a rescuer or a savior. Ram Charan and Pooja Hegde's love story and the song after those scenes are extremely boring.

The villains Sonu Sood, Jisshu Sen Gupta, and their brothers are just the villains we've seen in many movies that mainly worry about mining and encroachment. At least the villainous ways of harassing good people don't change here, like Padaghattam adulterating people's medicines, etc. On top of that, the three villains sound the same, perhaps because of the use of the same dubbing voice for all Bollywood villains.

There are many other old scenes like punishing a rapist, saving a girl from bad youth, saving young boys from mine work and these come as a part of enhancing the heroism. 

Scenes like the brutal murder of an honest officer like Basava, the stabbing of Siddha in the back and the supply of drugs to the youth are as old as mountains.

Let us tell you that the role of Ram Charan is very much liked from the first half, but his role is also very formulaic and mostly predictable. The actor may have gone from directing, but his role could not entertain much. 

With slow and predictable narration, the roles of both the mega heroes look dull and routine. Both their characters do not have a strong emotional connection with the Dharmasthali/Padaghattam sentiments.

The beautiful dance of both Chiru and Charan in Bhale Banjara song is a sight to behold. The song sounds interesting and catchy just because they both dance in perfect sync. 

Pooja Hegde has got a small role and makes mostly guest appearances. With Chiru not having a heroine, Pooja Hegde is there to fill the gap as Charan's love interest.

Acharya Movie – Trailer

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