The most awaited film in the Telugu states after the COVID scenario is Pawan Kalyan’s Bheemla Nayak. The Telugu audience were going mad for the release of the Power star’s film in the last few days. Being the first biggest release from Tollywood after the third wave, the film industry people are equally excited for the response for the film. Bheemla Nayak had created a huge mass appeal and craze around it with the looks and the trailer. As the content of the film is already known from the original Ayyappanum Koshiyum, Pawan Kalyan fans are just waiting for the film for so long to witness the power storm of their Power star on the big screens. Let us look into the particulars of the film and talk about the output whether the film did satisfy the Telugu audience or not.
Cast And Crew:
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Title – Bheemla Nayak
Release Date – 25th February, 2022
Director – Saagar K Chandra
Producer – Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Presenter – PDV Prasad
Production Company – Sithara Entertainments
Screenplay And Dialogues – Trivikram Srinivas
Music – Thaman S
Cinematography – Ravi K Chandran
Editor – Navin Nooli
Bheemla Nayak Review:
Bheemla Nayak is an honest policeman in Nandikotkur, Kurnool District. One night Bheemla Nayak arrests Daniel Shekar, a retired army man for transporting liquor in large quantities in a dry territory. This hurts the ego of Daniel Shekar and he starts a verbal fight with Nayak. The verbal fight turns out to be physical later and Nayak keeps Daniel behind the bars. How Daniel takes revenge on Bheemla and how Bheemla answers him back is the rest of the story.
On Screen Performances:
Pawan Kalyan always does cop roles with ease and he proved it many times before. But Bheemla Nayak offers him a different cop role, the one with more aggression and attitude. Pawan Kalyan perfectly fits into the collars of Bheemla Nayak. All his energy can be reflected in the character on screen. The action sequences in the second half are a treat to his fans with the mass appeal coming out. Rana proves with his performance that he is a perfect pick for the role of Daniel Shekar. His looks and body language is just enough to project the ego the character has. The clashing scenes between Pawan and Rana shows their intensity as performers. Nithya Menen gets a strong lady role as Nayak’s wife and she plays it at the best. Samyuktha has a decent debut. Samuthirakani is as good as he is in all his films.
Off Screen Highlights:
Trivikram Srinivas is the first man to be credited for Bheemla Nayak. He made a lot of changes in both the characterisations and the setup when compared to the original. The changes are clearly visible as the story progresses. The original content is lightly trimmed, the narrative has been changed, some mass stuff has been added to satisfy the Telugu audience and Pawan fans and finally Trivikram’s mark has been added. The addition of flashback episodes which do not exist in the original is the major change. It came out very effectively. Thaman’s music adds fire to the fuel of the film. His background score is the major technical asset to the film. Thaman lifted up the mass spirits of the film. The cinematography is great with all the rugged and classy visuals. Editing is good in the flashback cut. The director Saagar K Chandra handles the remake exceptionally well and brings out the best output.
Bheemla Nayak satisfies the mass pulse of the Telugu audience. With the brilliant writing of Trivikram in making the changes and extraordinary performances from the star cast Pawan Kalyan and Rana, the film gives you a perfect commercial experience with good content. The background score and the action sequences keep you attentive and engaged throughout the film. Bheemla Nayak makes you put away the original from your thoughts and serves you the fresh flavours in Telugu taste.
Bheemla Nayak Release Trailer: