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Julayi movie review: Stylish star Allu Arjun's 
latest Telugu movie Julayi has finally hit the 
screens today after much delay, amidst high 
expectations. The film is a very important 
one for the trio - Allu Arjun, Ileana and 
Trivikram since it's been quite some time that 
they've delivered a hit at the box office. Let's 
cut across to some of the highlights of theJulayi movie review.

Julai movie starts off in typical Trivikram-style narration - with Prakash Raj's voice over saying, "Life aneydi highway...gelupu anedi one way...short cuts ki no way"
Allu Arjun makes a cool entry as Tanikella Bharani's son. He looks stylish in his urban happy-go-lucky avatar, roles that he has previously essayed in his movies like 'Happy' and 'Arya'.
The bank robbery scene which was in the Dark Knight, has been shot with a few modifications
Brahmanandam and Rajendra Prasad who plays ACP Sitaram, tickle the funny bones
The scenes involving Ileana and her parents Hema and Dharmavarapu Subramanyam evoke much laughter
The song "Oh Madhu, Oh Madhu" was beautifully shot with groovy dance moves by Allu Arjun
A combo of witty conversations and great dialogues makes the movie a fun watch.
Audiences enjoyed the hilarious marriage looks scene between Brahmanandam and Hema.
Tanikella Bharani's thought-provoking dialogue on life and reality makes for a touching scene

Sri Mannarayana movie review

Movie Name : Srimannarayana

Banner : R R Movie Makers

Cast : Balakrishna, Isha Chawla, Parvati Melton, Vijaykumar, Suresh, Vinod Kumar, Jayaprakash Reddy, Raghu Bbau, Krishna Bhagavan, M S Narayana, Raja Ravindra, Nagineedu, Duvvasi Mohan, Supreeth, Ahuti Prasad and Others

Music Director : Chakri

Cinematography : T Surender Reddy

Editing : Goutham Raju

Producer : Ramesh Puppala

Director : Ravikumar Chavali

Srimannarayana review: Natasimhamam Nandamuri Balakrishna is back in action again with Srimannarayana. Let's cut across toSrimannarayana movie review to find out how successful Balakrishna is in the role of a journalist 

Srimannarayana Telugu movie review Highlights 

Balakrishna makes a power packed entry, as he saves a lady journalist from thugs. The actor looks good as Srimannarayana. 

Dharmavarapu Subramanyam's role as a TV Channel head tickles the audiences' funny bones 

Durvasi Mohan has some snappy dialogues like "Sri Krishnudu bhagavadgeetha Arjunudu okkadike gaa cheppaadu. Mari prapanchamanthaa elaa leak ayindi? Appudu koodaa piracy undaa?" 

Another funny punch dialogue from Balayya - "Don't trouble the trouble. If you trouble the trouble, trouble troubles you" 

Actors M.S.Narayana and Krishna Bhagawan are convincing as Telugu priests 

Jayaprakash Reddy's trademark comedy is entertaining. 

Balayya in a Srimannarayana avatar had his cheering fans on their feet.

Background :
Bala Krishna new film ‘Srimannarayana’ which is directed by samanyudu fame Ravi Kumar 
Chawali is progressing its shooting fast. R R movie makers are presenting the fim under the 
production house of yellow flowers banner.The producer said that” Shooting is going on a 
pace,one song was shot in 6 days with parvathi melton and isha chawla.The film will complete 
its shooting with a fight sequence to be shot in Malaysia and 3 songs in europe.Music is given 
by Chakri and movie is produced by Ramesh puppala.
Story Line:

Srimannarayana (Balakrishna) is journalist by profession and follows his father Kalki 
Narayana Murthy (Vijay Kumar) who  serve the poor.  Srimannarayana  Swapnika (Parvati 
melton), a reporter from other channel are in love who always competes. Bhanumathi (Iisha 
Chawala )who is Srimannarayana`s sister in law. A stir of events that pushes Srimannarayana 
in jail. And the rest of the story is all about how he ends evil and proves himself innocent.

Bala Krishna did an awesom job as Srimannarayana. Balayya styling and costumes are good. 
He carried on tremendous energy in songs and fights.
Parvati Melton as Swapnika and Isha Chawla as Bhanumathi roles ar elimited yet they did their 
best in adding in the oomph factor.
Suresh, Vinod Kumar Kota Srinivasa Rao, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Supreeth are good in the role 
of villains. Rest all are okay in limited roles. Comedy track is good.
Technical Performance:
Ravi Chawali followed a time-tested formula for Srimannarayana movie with added 
commercial elements to satisfy masses and fans. He was successful in getting out the powerful 
mass performance from Bala Krishna. Screenplay of the movie is predictable which can be a 
negative point. Direction is OKay.

Fights are composed well especially first fight and the one in forest.
Choreography is Okay and Fans will enjoy few steps from Balayya.
Surrender Reddy’s cinematography is good. The songs composed by Chakri suited Balayya’s is 
ok for fans.
The movie started on a  slower note and picked pace towards interval.Second half is good with 
required mass elements by Balayya fans and mass audians. A slightly more gripping screenplay 
would have added weight to the movie. Fans would like Balayya’s looks and energy and it will 
be okay for normal audience. The box office success of the movie depends on how masses 
receive it.


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