Natasimham Nandamuri Balakrishna's upcoming film NTR Mahanayakudu's theatrical trailer was released by film's team on Saturday. As expected, the trailer has been filled with NTR's political life.
However, having gone through the sequential order of the scenes in the trailer, the film is understood to have run between 1982 to 1985 which includes the scenes such as NTR's victory in 1983 elections and Nadendla Bhaskara Rao's backstabbing episode.
Sachin Khedkar, who reprised the role of Nadendla Bhasakara Rao is shown as a villain in the film while Rana who played Chandrababu Naidu is shown as a well wisher of NTR.
But then, the trailer is filled with innumerable flaws which are enlisted here.
* It seems NTR Kathanayakudu's blunder was not corrected by the makers. In one of the scenes, Indira Gandhi feels NTR's lord Krishna cutout as real god and prays him. This is absurd and an extremity which makes movie lovers irked.
* NTR's political life is confined between 1982 and 1985 which will make audience feel it as an incomplete film.
* Balakrishna hasn't tried to imitate his father's voice. As such, it's felt we are watching Balakrishna's biopic but not NTR's.
Keeravani's BGM is apt and appealing. Production values are adequate. Dialogues have good intensity. "Nenu rajakeeyalu cheyadaaniki raaledu. Mee gadapalaku pasupunai brathakadaanikochanu." dialogue is good.