Waltair Veerayya Movie Review: Megastar Chiranjeevi has been acting with other heroes in every movie since his re-entry. Chiranjeevi, who shared the screen with his son Ram Charan for a while in 'Khaidi No. 150', then paired with Amitabh Bachchan, Kiccha Sudeep, and Vijay Sethupathi in 'Saira...Narasimha Reddy'.
Earlier he acted with his son Ram Charan in 'Acharya' and later with Salman Khan in 'Godfather'. Now she acted with Ravi Teja in 'Waltair Veerayya'. After his re-entry, Chiranjeevi, who entertained as 'Khaidi No. 150' in the Sankranti ring, this time as 'Waltair Veerayya' in the Pongal Hungama, has raised the expectations of the fans.
When it comes to the story of 'Waltair Veerayya'... the words of Waltair Veerayya in the fisherman's chest are the words of the people there. But, unbeknownst to him, some people are supplying drugs on the beach. On learning this, ACP Vikram Sagar goes to the fisherman's hut and arrests the drug dealers.
Vikram also catches Veeraya who comes in the way. In fact, both Veeraya and Vikram are children of the same father and different mothers. Even if they have a crush on each other, they don't reveal it because of their circumstances. Salomon Caesar is the main mastermind of this drug racket.
Vikram dies at the hands of thugs while Veeriah is behind bars. Veeraya goes there after learning that Prakash Raj, the real culprit behind his younger brother's death, is in Malaysia. What happened after that is the story. The first half was good with Chiranjeevi Entertainment.
After that, the brother was impressed with the sentiment. Ravi Teja's role is short but his entire episode is interesting. Shruti Haasan tried to make a difference as a CBI officer. All the rest of the cast went well with their roles. There is a rumor that Devisree Prasad will compose tunes for Chiranjeevi's film.
According to that, Devisree has composed songs in this too. The songs “Bass Party…” and “Poonakalu Loading…” are really catchy. "Nuvve Sridevaite...Nene Chiranjivanta...", and "Neikemo Andamekkuva..." songs are also impressive.
Art Director A.Y. The sets designed by Prakash is eye-catching. In the story of director K. Ravindra (Bobby), some trends of old cinema are seen. It must be said that Bobby has shown skill in filming the scenes. Producers Naveen Yerneni and Y. Ravishankar have spent in a way that is less than the story.
– Entertainment by Chiranjeevi
– Ravi Teja's character
– Catchy songs
– Making Values
– Lack of novelty in the story
– Some scenes are stretched
Tag line: 'Loading' Veeraiya!