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Xboard4us Rating: 3.5/5

Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations
Starring: Jr.NTR, Kajal Agarwal, Samantha, Srihari, Prakash Raj
Cinematography: Chota K. Naidu
Fights: Ram-Laxman
Editing: Marthand K Venkatesh
Music: S.S.Thaman
Produced: Dil Raju
Story, Screenplay, Direction: Vamsi Paidipally

Jr. NTR Brindavanam is one of the much awaited Telugu movies. Evidently, no Telugu cinema could give Endhiran – Robo a run for the money. As such, Jr. NTR Brindavanam movie review and verdict is the most talked movie. With Komaram Puli, Mahesh Kaleja not living up to the expectations, let’s discover what Brindavanam review has in store.


Srihari and Prakash Raj are step brothers (rivals) and Kota Srinivasa Rao is their father. Indu (Samantha) is Prakash Raj’s nephew while Bhoomi (Kajal Agarwal) Srihari’s nephew. Cutting back to the city, Krishna (Jr NTR) is a dynamic chap from a rich family and is in love with Indu. When Prakash Raj tried to arrange Bhoomi marriage with Ajay, she says that she’s in love in another one. Bhoomi then approaches Indu and requests Krish act like his boyfriend and Indu convinces NTR to act like Bhoomi’s boyfriend. And when NTR goes to the village to set things right, he discovers that Indu and Bhoomi come from same family. The movie encapsulates how Krish unites Srihari and Prakash Raj and with whom he enters wedlock.


Brindavanam is tipped to be a romantic family entertainer and Director Vamsi Paidipally attempts to showcase NTR as a class hero with mass instincts and hook the families. And we have to say he has just managed to pull things off – only just. Brindavanam is one such effort from Vamsi Paidipally trying to enhance NTR image amongst the class and families with melo drama and humor.

NTR Brindavanam comes with comedy, humor, sentiment and too much melodrama. NTR Jr. will be seen in an out and out family entertainer this time and if it’s not for NTR, Brindavanam could have bitten the dust without any second thoughts.

NTR, DIL Raju were targeting family audiences may be for the first time. As such, Vamsi Paidipally dealt NTR characterization with utmost care whilst ensuring that his mass image is not being hampered. Perhaps not the best of scripts NTR has zeroed in, but Brindavanam crosses the rope though NTR depiction and performance.

Dil Raju clearly accentuates on NTR targeting family audiences. As such, you could glimpses of Bommarillu and Parugu. The first half of Brindavanam runs crisply with few super action sequences, the second suffers from loads of sentiment and family drama. And the climax is rather peculiar – may be something that NTR, DIL Raju and Vamsi Paidipally collectively agreed on.


NTR steals the show and his performance is truly commendable. While Adhurs gave NTR a tinge of comedy disposition, Brindavanam fosters and strengths his roots amongst families as well. He did extremely well in action sequences, which were brilliant. But the steps for the dance were not as expected and his costumes are very poor.

Samantha is totally a misfit for the role of Indu. Looks like she’s unable to take on mass or medium characters. But these are the roles she needs to don down the role. Kajal Agarwal is adequate.

Prakash Raj and Srihari were apt as step brothers and their body language suited the characters. Brahmanandam and Venu Madhav also did their part.


Music by SS Thaman is pretty good, but re-recording is only good in parts. May be he could have done a better job. Camera work by Chota k Naidu is commendable and the locations were also appealing. The camerawork by Chota k Naidu was great during the action episodes. The CG and graphic works were reasonably good, but surely Marthand K Venkatesh, the editor might have had a tough time. Surely the second half needs more editing.

Final Word:

All said, Brindavanam movie is a conventional family script, customized with some peppy and romantic tracks making it an average film. While Brindavanam might not necessarily be on the same lines, the idea of exchanging boyfriends is purely dramatized and cinematic – perhaps practically not possible.

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