BRO is the idea of living in the moment and accepting life as it comes. In order to work on this Sai Dharam Tej film under Samuthirakani’s direction, Pawan Kalyan consented. Vinodaya Sitham’s official remake, BRO, was created by the same director. With high hopes, the fantasy movie was released today. We’ll see if Sai Dharam Tej follows up his most recent hit, Virupaksha, with another smash. Here is a review of the movie BRO.
What’s the matter?
Sai Dharam Tej’s character, Markandeyulu, is a busy man who prioritizes his business and doesn’t really have time for the feelings or opinions of other people. Following Mark’s fatal accident, Pawan Kalyan, the Time/God Titan, appears to him. Titan offers Mark a second chance to make things right by giving him 90 days. What Mark realizes and how he manages to change the obvious make up the rest of the narrative.
Without a doubt, Pawan Kalyan is the star of the show. The main strength of the movie is his presence. For admirers, Pawan’s retro appearance and recreation of his own classic songs are a genuine delight.
Sai Dharam Tej does okay for a workaholic who is uninformed. There are a few good sequences involving Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej.
Many others contributed, including Ketika Sharma, Priya Varrier, Rohini, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani, and others. The part Priya Varrier played was not appropriate for her notoriety and could have been played by anyone.
BRO depicts Pawan Kalyan in extremely fashionable attire. Thaman’s background music is excellent, but the songs themselves are not particularly memorable. In actuality, Pawan Kalyan’s older songs performed better in brief segments.
The visual effects could have been much better. There were numerous situations with subpar visuals. Due to the hurried nature of the situations, the screenplay can occasionally be awkward.
Pawan Kalyan’s dialogues and the climax and pre-climax song receive high marks; weak narration and over-the-top scenes receive low marks.
The idea is not novel, but it differs slightly from what we have seen in the past, such as in Yamaleela and the most recent Ori Devuda, which dealt with the “second chance.” In fact, unlike other movies, the director made the God stay in the scene for the majority of it to make it more intricate.
When he is not present, a man who believes he is at the center of everything understands how things actually function in “time.”
Prior to diving into the plot, the first 20 minutes are filled with over-the-top setting pieces, where the comedy likewise falls flat. God’s entrance is a significant one.
With his swag and occasional use of old tunes, Pawan Kalyan as Titan dominates the show up to the intermission. His fans are most mesmerized by his mannerisms. It was difficult to build a strong bond between Markandeyulu and his girlfriend.
The presence of Pawan Kalyan throughout the entire film, along with Sai Dharam Tej, is one of BRO’s strongest assets. However, most of their scenes have pitiful VFX.
Due to a lack of emotional connection, the story does not become impressive until the pre-climax episodes. Most of the second half becomes predictable. The song’s climax really made more sense than the movie’s whole plot did. The message implores everyone to accept life as it comes and the life lessons offered by Titan at the conclusion are effectively communicated.
BRO has a decent tale overall, but the weak narrative keeps it from being outstanding. BRO is a good movie to watch if you’re a fan of Pawan Kalyan, but only time will tell how well it does financially.