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Waltair Veerayya review; Megastar Chiranjeevi is back with the right blend of comedy and action!
After the long wait, Megastar Chiranjeevi starrer Waltair Veerayya has been released today. The expectation with this Bobby Kolli’s directorial is quite high and if you too are hoping to watch the movie on weekends then this review might help with your decision.
The story revolves around a fisherman named Veerayya( Chiranjeevi) who lives in the Waltair region. He is wrongfully arrested for the death of a few schoolchildren due to a co-fisherman named Kaala (Prakash Raj) from the same village. How Veerayya comes out of this problem and how he stops the drug mafia is the main plotline of the movie.
Chiranjeevi is one of the key things that is good in this movie. The actor delivers powerful performances and his comic timing is also nothing to scoff at. Also, his performance during the emotional scenes is something one will truly enjoy in this movie. Aside from his Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja also does a great job and owns up the screen space with Chiru.
Other than that on the technical aspects Bobby Kolli has presented an entertaining first half. The cinematography is also good and the background score from Devi Sri Prasad is remarkable as well. Especially the three songs from the movie are great.
Shruti Haasan’s role is a bit lacking during the second half of the movie. Catherine Tresa who plays the role of Ravi Teja’s wife doesn’t have much to do in the movie. The second half of the movie is boring and long. The editing should have been crisper for the 2nd half to be more engaging.
Overall Waltair Veerayya is a good entertainer and it provides a great blend of comedy and action. The first half of the movie has several fun elements which make the second half seem boring but the venture has enough commercial elements to appeal to a wider audience.