Cast- Chiranjeevi, Kajal Aggarwal, Tarun Arora, Brahmanandam
Director- V.V. Vinayak
Producer- Ram Charan
Music- Devi Sri Prasad
Release Date- 11th January 2017
Megastar Chiranjeevi is making a grand re entry to silver screen after a long period of nine years with the film Khaidi No 150 and the film has already garnered enough craze among audience and industry insiders alike. The film’s trailer and audio have become an instant hit. An official remake of the super hit Tamil film Kathi, Khaidi No 150 released today worldwide amidst huge expectations. Dig in to the review to see if the film lived up to the expectations.
Kathi Sreenu tactically excapes from Kolkata prison and reaches Hyderabad in order to go to Bangkok, where he sees Lakshmi (Kajal) and instantly falls in love with her. He then drops the idea of going to Bangkok and stays back. During the same time, a murder attempt happens on the exact look alike of Sreenu, who is named Shankar. Sreenu rescues Shankar and admits him to a hospital. He then goes in the place of Shankar and attempts to make money in his name and place. How does Srinu face the circumstances of his decision when he gets to know that thousands of farmers and their families are dependent on him forms the crux of the story.
Megastar Chiranjeevi looks stunningly young in this film and doesn’t make us feel like he is doing the film after a gap of nine years. He is his ususal best when it comes to acting and dances. Be it emotional sequences, powerful dialogues, Chiru once again proved that he is indeed the boss of Telugu cinema. Kajal had a meaty role to play and she looked beautiful throughout the film. She has pumped up the glamour quotient and is a huge plus to the film. Brahmanandam, Posani, Jayaprakash Reddy had delivered good performances.