Out Of Theatre

Attack

Out Of Theatre
01 Apr, 2016 1 hr 47 mins U/A
Manoj Manchu, Surbhi, Jagapathi Babu, Prakash Raj
Synopsis

If you can resist RGV’s attempt at brainwashing you into believing that it is okay to murder, you might want to watch the movie.

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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Synnopsis: If you can resist RGV's attempt at brainwashing you into believing that it is okay to murder, you might want to watch the movie.

Movie Review: Ram Gopal Varma kills Gururaj. Kali too is eliminated by Ram Gopal Varma. He murders Sattu too. Narasimlu also meets a gory end at his hands. Gopi is stabbed to death. There are many more murders. The culprit is the same: Ram Gopal Varma.
You won't see him on the screen but the blood thirsty director guided by the dictum that 'it is wrong to forgive those who have wronged you' resorts to getting many of his characters killed. Violence is the name of the game. No murder should go unavenged, is what is believes in.
However, out of all the main players in the movie two survive: Radha (Manoj) and the main culprit, the behind the screen man - director RGV. It won't be long before one come know if the audience has decided to take vengeance on him. The box-office collections will tell.
Having said that, it has to be mentioned that four things stand out in the movie - the fast-paced narration, the dominating music which creates the right effect for the film, the locations and the lighting. These things combined together make the film worth a watch.
Prakash Raj (Gururaj), rowdy-sheeter who craves to live a peaceful life in Hyderabad, is the character that the director chooses to push his philosophy through. The sum and substance of the philosophy, which he also bases on the Mahabharata, is not to forgive but to take revenge. Not quite the message that you would want to leave the cinema hall with but the man gives you examples from the Mahabharata about what is perceived as right and what is perceived as wrong - trying to drive home the point that right and wrong is a perception.
Gururaj is murdered in broad daylight. His son Kali (Jagapathi Babu) who wants to avenge his father's death meets a gory death. His brother Gopi (Vadde Naveen) would rather keep off from the world of crime. But Radha (Manchu Manoj) who is even more interested in leading a peaceful life finds that he has no choice but to eliminate his family's rivals. The tussle is over a piece of land with the gang that has eliminated his father and brother.
Gopi ideally wants peace. You will find the 'peace' on his face when he is getting married to his beloved. The chases, the murders, the suspense, the twist, and the picturisation of quite a few scenes keep the audience engaged.
If you can resist RGV's attempt at brainwashing you into believing that it is okay to murder, you might want to watch the movie.

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