'Bharat Ane Nenu' - Movie Review

Release Date :20 Apr 2018

Run Time :2hr 53mins

Genres :Political Entertainer

Music :Devi Sri Prasad

Writer :Koratala Siva

Director :Koratala Siva

Producer :DVV Danayya

Finally the most looked-for political drama with a sincere, honest and handsome Chief Minister of a fictional United Andhra Pradesh, Bharat Ram has come out to allure the audience today. The film helmed by Koratala Siva showcases many issues and problems faced by the society. The director's intention to provide solutions to different issues was well conveyed to audience through Bharat Ram's character. His acts and ideas were indeed good. The film addresses not just the issues in cities but also certain problems faced in villages as well. Along with this a cute and wonderful romantic track between the CM and his girl friend which would attract the audience. Wonderful music and songs added to this story makes it a treat to watch.  


Youngster Bharat Ram (Mahesh Babu) who completes education in Oxford University, returns to India after his convocation as his father(Sarat Kumar) passes away suddenly, who happens to be the then chief minister of Andhra Pradesh.  This creates a political mayhem in the state and after many dramatic twists and turns Bharat is forced to become CM by his uncle(Prakash Raj). He is a sincere person who is very honest and tries to focus on various crucial issues in the state. Meanwhile he falls for a girl Vasumathi(Kiara Advani). Vasumathi’s character brings a big twist in the story. Later Bharat looses power due to certain issues and how he regains it and brings a good change in the society using his intellect and strategies makes the rest of the story. 

Plus Points:

  • Mahesh Babu's Performance
  • Koratala Siva Story and Dialogues
  • Assembly Scenes
  • Rayalaseema Episode
  • Music and BGM
  • Songs

Minus Points:

  • A lag in second half compared to the first
  • not much of comedy for those who expect 
  • predictable climax

Technical Aspects:

  • Screenplay by Koratala Siva
  • Music by Devisri Prasad
  • Editing by Srikar Prasad 
  • Cinematography by Ravi K. Chandran
  • Production Values of DVV Entertainments


To sum up, it's a perfect political drama which has not been portrayed on silver screen in the near past. The extraordinary performance and wonderful screen presence of Mahesh, promising performance along with beauty of Kiara, the irreplaceable characters of Prakash Raj and Posani, hilarious comedy of Brahmaji, all these things make the movie a must watch. It's indeed a coolant relaxation to the audience in this scorching heat and heavy summer. If you can compromise on the predictable climax, it would surely entertain you to the core. 

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