‘Bro’ Movie Review: cast, Release Date 2023,
Although there isn’t as much hype surrounding it compared to Pawan Kalyan’s previous films, “Bro” is certainly one of the most anticipated films of the year. In the film, Pawan Kalyan played a god, and it also starred his nephew, Sai Dharam Tej.
Information (‘Bro’ Movie Review: Cast, Release Date 2023)
Movie Name : “Bro”
Rating : 4/5
Banner : Zee Studios, People Media Factory
- Pawan Kalyan,
- Sai Dharam Tej
- Priya Prakash Varrier
- Ketika Sharma
- Urvashi Rautela and others
Screenplay and dialogues : Trivikram Srinivas
Music : S Thaman
Director of Photography : Sujith Vaassudev
Editor : Naveen Nooli
Production design : A.S. Prakash
Producer : T G Vishwa Prasad
Directed by : Samuthirakani
Release Date : July 28, 2023
Even though it didn’t get as good as Pawan Kalyan’s previous films, “Bro” is definitely one of the most anticipated films of the year. In the film, Pawan Kalyan plays a god, and he plays his nephew, Sai Dharam Tej.
Let’s see how this movie does. ‘Bro’ Movie Review: Cast, Release Date 2023
‘Bro’ Movie Review: Cast, Release Date 2023
Story Line :
Mark (Sai Dharam Tej) is the eldest of three siblings, with two sisters and an older brother. He lives with his mother and sisters and he is always looking for ways to earn money, he never gives his time to anyone, not even his girlfriend Ramya (Ketika Sharma). Also, he is a control freak.
He was killed in a car accident while traveling from Vizag to Hyderabad. Mark asks Time, also known as Titan (Pawan Kalyan), the God of Time, to give him more time so that he can complete his mission. Titan agreed, but only for the next 90 days.
How will Titan teach Mark what is the purpose of life in the next 90 days, and what will Mark do in those 90 days?
“Bro” is an adaptation of Tamil movie \”Vinodaya Sitham”, directed by Samuthirakani. Simply put, it is the story of a man who, after his death, is given a chance to right his wrongs. The movie is well known.
There are two changes in Telugu’s movement movements. In the Tamil version, the protagonist is a middle-aged man with a wife and two daughters. Here, the protagonist is a young man played by Sai Dharam Tej. Another difference is the casting of superstars like Pawan Kalyan in the role of “time”. In the Tamil version, Samuthirakani played the role of “time”.
Although these two changes may seem promising on paper, they don’t work on screen.
The first half of the movie is moving fast, establishing the family and life of Sai Dharam Tej, and the accident and the time he met. Time to agree to give Sai Dharam Tej another 90 days to live, and more, is told in a humorous way. Pawan Kalyan recreating some of his famous songs seemed funny at first. However, after the intermission, the film takes a complete 180 degree turn. And it’s easy to take the process seriously. The text space comes to life in the second half. All activities or procedures are critical. Also, Pawan Kalyan’s wine conversation with Sai Dharam Tej and Tanikella Bharani’s comedy sound funny. Prudhvi’s character has no significance in the story. Pawan Kalyan’s rendition of old songs has grown in popularity lately. In one scene, Pawan Kalyan flips over a car and laughs. Such measures show that the group does not have enough resources for execution.
Although the philosophy and message of the story – everything happens for a reason and that we should treat others with kindness and compassion – is good, the decision is very systematic. Attempts to make Pawan Kalyan’s character into a commercial were twisted and ruined the story. The soul of the original film is gone. This is the reason why the story loses its power in the last important thing.
Also, the soundtrack is not a strong point of the film. Overall, “Bro” has a good start and Pawan Kalyan’s first film is fun, but the film falters as it becomes more action packed. It also has a plastic feel. Without the power of text, the important process is also fast
‘Bro’ Movie Review: Cast, Release Date 2023
Actor’s Role in “Bro“
Pawan Kalyan appeared in all the films. Although he denies being God and refers to himself as Time, Pawan Kalyan’s work is intended to be another version of “Gopala Gopala“. His style, which is reminiscent of some of his older films, seems good at first, but the work gets stale after a while. The only thing Pawan Kalyan does in the film is to walk or sit and talk philosophically.
Sai Dharam Tej fits the bill. The main traffic accident in the story is similar to the real accident. However, his performance is routine, and it shows that he has no appearance. The banter between Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej has funny moments, which may appeal to fans more than the general public.
Priya Prakash Varrier plays Sai Dharam’s sister Tej. Ketika Sharma’s screen time is limited. Vennela Kishore, Prudhvi, along with Tanikella Bharani are playing insignificant roles. Raja Chembolu is doing well.