Sun. Jul 21st, 2024

Nandamuri Balakrishna is a showman in Tollywood, and he has portrayed umpteen numbers of extra ordinary roles in his career which can be considered as the perfect epitome of mass characters. The actor has come to the audiences this Sankranthi through the movie Dictator which is directed by Sriwass. The trailer of the film which was released a couple of weeks back clearly indicated that this film will too follow the same old path, and it will have that hero who has the capability to trash villains within a small punch.

Our expectations turned true when we watched the movie in theaters today. The film is a typical Balayya flick which showcases the star in a super human avatar. Dictator’s story and screenplay are good, and the director has paced it well. Sriwass has succeeded to give freshness to the proceedings, as he has laced some strong twists and turns throughout the running time.

The film is blessed with the powerful screen presence of Balayya. The story is tailor made for him, and he has perfectly delivered things with style. Most of the audiences welcomed him with applause, and this clearly indicated that his star power in Andhra/Telengana region has not diminished a bit. His dialogue delivery is a sheer treat for the audiences.

Anjali and Sonal Chouhan have enacted the roles of lady leads in this movie. Chemistry of Balayya with these two ravishing ladies is scintillating in nature. Music from D Imman is awesome, and the musician has loudly proclaimed that he is a man blessed with loads of talents.

Altogether, we can conclude that Dictator is one such movie which is a typical Telugu flick with loads of mass elements. Go and watch the movie leaving brains in your home.