Bheemla Nayak Review

Bheemla Nayak Review
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Director: Sagar K Chandra
Producer: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Release Date: Fri 25th Feb 2022
Actors: Pawan Kalyan
Bheemla Naayak Rating: 3 / 5
Bheemla Naayak Punchline: Power Star's Attack

What's Behind

Pawan Kalyan is getting ready to show his power as Bheemla Nayak at the box office. An immense craze is seen for Bheemla Nayak and the film did sensational pre-release business and advance bookings. The film's teaser and trailer got a breathtaking response and the wait is over for the fans. The film directed by Sagar K Chandra released in a grand manner on February 25, 2022. Here is Bheemla Nayak's review.

Story Review

Bheemla Nayak (Pawan Kalyan), SI, Ankeswaram Mandal, Srisailam, arrests retired army havildar Daniel Sekhar (Rana). However, things take a shocking turn and it results in a clash of egos between Bheemla Nayak and Daniel Sekhar. To find out why Bheemla Nayak arrested Daniel Sekhar and what resulted in the ego clash between the two, its connection to Daniel Sekhar's father Jeevan Kumar (Samuthirakhani), an ex-MP, and how Bheemla Nayak's wife Suguna (Nithya Menen), Daniel Sekhar's wife (Samyuktha Menon) reacted and where it leads to should be found out enjoying Bheemla Nayak in theatres.


Pawan Kalyan breathed fire as Bheemla Nayak. He showed aggression, intensity, and action and the mass avatar drove everyone crazy, His mannerisms, lungi-clad mass style, and powerful dialogues got thunderous reception. Pawan Kalyan elevated the scenes with his powerful dialogue delivery and intense expressions and emotions. Pawan much to the surprise of all performed in a controlled manner for most of the first half putting a cap on his aggression. However, he takes off to completely another level after the interval block and in the second half.

Rana as Daniel Sekhar showed his arrogance in a towering manner. His height and towering personality added vigor to the role. He showed the right attitude as an arrogant person which power brings. His expressions spread fear on-screen and the scenes involving Pawan Kalyan and Rana created a sensation. Dialogues from both of them exploded like bullets and set the screens on fire.

Nitya Menon as the wife of Pawan Kalyan not only showed the soft nature but also her tough personality. The way she takes on the mischief-mongers and the dialogues written for her is in sync with Pawan Kalyan's attitude. Samyuktha Menon's role is limited but she made her presence felt like a worried housewife of an arrogant person. Samuthirakhani played the role of a politician and father of Rana. He performed well in his role. Murali Sharma performed well in the role of the CI Kodandaram. Bhramanandam appeared as the judge making his appearance on screen after a long time. Raghu Babu is apt for the role of a driver. Rao Ramesh is good in his role. Others performed according to their roles.

Sagar K Chandra directed the film and he did full justice to his job. The screenplay is taken care of by Trivikram Srinivas. The dialogues penned by him are powerful and explosive. It elevated the characters of all the players in the film and especially Pawan Kalyan and Rana. The confrontation scenes came out extremely well. Samuthirakhani's role is good and Nitya Menon's role is made even more powerful unlike in the original. The subtle changes made for Pawan Kalyan came out quite well. It elevated Pawan Kalyan's heroism to another level and showed Pawan Kalyan in two different shades as a rather controlled SI and then as an explosive extremist. Nitya Menon's role added more power to the film. Except for the subtle changes, everyone knows that the film is a remake of Ayyappanum Koshiyum.  The screenplay is racier and the introduction of Pawan Kalyan and Rana and the intense scenes thrilled viewers. emotions are elevated quite well between various characters. The first half starts in a simple manner with Pawan and Rana's introduction done without much hype and the atmosphere heating up as the narration progressed. The interval bang ends with a heavy-duty fight between Pawan Kalyan and Rana. Sparks fly between Rana and Pawan Kalyan throughout the second half and though the flashback episode slowed the tempo, the story picks up the pace with a heavy-duty pre-climax. The film ends with a simple twist in the climax which brought down the intensity and level of Rana. Few of the twists and emotional scenes may be repetitive but for masses and fans, these are fine. The film ends on a subdued note.

Thaman's background music elevated the scenes but at times it failed to power the scenes to another level. A couple of songs are power-packed. La Bheemla and Bheemla Nayak's songs are well shot. However few felt that Sunil and Hyper Aadi's presence in the song brought down the flavor. The CInematography of Ravi K Chandran captured the proceedings in an impressive manner. He captured the forest atmosphere, night scenes, police station scenes, and stunts in an effective manner. Stunt choreography is good. Editing of Naveen Nooli could have been better at times. There are few drags that slow the pace of the film. Production values are grand.


Pawan Kalyan's mass elevation

Rana's power-packed performance





Few cinematic liberties

Slow first half

Rating Analysis

Pawan Kalyan, Rana's Bheemla Nayak directed by Sagar K Chandra and chiseled by Trivikram Srinivas, underwent a complete transformation from the original Ayyappanum Koshiyum. Those who have seen the original may be put off with the subtle changes in the story, especially in the climax and also the dilution of Rana's powerful character. However fans of Pawan Kalyan and masses couldn't have asked for more as Pawan Kalyan's heroism is elevated to another level, injecting as a slow poison, and Rana's intense role brought down in a slow and steady manner. The screenplay starting off in a slow manner turns out to be racy but at times gets bogged down at times. Narration is fine and so is the direction. The way heroism of Pawan Kalyan is elevated and Nitya Menon's role turned more powerful and Rana's role shown at another level at the start, despite the drawbacks of repetitive scenes, lack of entertainment and few drags and serious nature, Bheemla Nayak blasts the living daylights and Pawan Kalyan creates a powerful explosion with his intense dialogues. Considering all these elements, CJ goes with a 3 rating for Bheemla Nayak.


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