What’s good: Megastar Chiranjeevi, video songs, story, second half.
What’s bad: the climax feels abruptly cut.
Popcorn break: Whenever a romance starts to grow between the lead pair, which is less, or when there is comedy.
Watch or not: Watch it.
Trade Talk: A record-breaking opening is assured with a blockbuster festival season. What happens, post-festival will decide the final range of the movie.
VV Vinayak is one of the best commercial mass director working in the industry today. The problem is that he seems to have lost the appetite to deliver his best like he used to do in his initial days. There have been something off about his movies post-Badrinath.
All said and done, the director has a remake to handle here and not an original story. It makes his job easy in coming up with a solid entertainer that keeps the original as it is regarding story and screenplay but still make it look like different film with all the Megastar related incorporation and exaggerations.
Khaidi No 150 is fine in both the halves, the only issue the film has comes towards the end where it feels as if things are rushed. Apart from that minor problem, it is a wholesome mass masala entertainer with blockbuster video songs.
The last word: The Boss is ‘truly’ back.