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Shourya

Out Of Theatre
04 Mar, 2016 1 hr 57 mins U/A
Manchu Manoj Kumar, Regina Cassandra, Prakash Raj, Brahmanandam, Nagineedu, Subbaraju, Brahmaji, Sudha
Manchu Manoj Kumar, Regina Cassandra, Prakash Raj, Brahmanandam, Nagineedu, Subbaraju, Brahmaji, Sudha
Kondapalli Dasaradh Kumar
Synopsis
Synopsis: Shourya is a simple yet engaging revenge story which is burdened by a failed attempt at a non-linear screenplay. Be ready to experience group dance sequences, melodramatic dialogues and outdated visuals.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Synopsis: Shourya is a simple yet engaging revenge story which is burdened by a failed attempt at a non-linear screenplay. Be ready to experience group dance sequences, melodramatic dialogues and outdated visuals.

Movie Review: Shourya runs on the premise that every situation is perceived differently from different points of views. What is apparent might not be the truth. Essentially a fair argument except for the fact that in this movie, the story takes outdated hairpin curves to establish it.

Shourya (Manchu Manoj) is a regular guy who teaches at a coaching institute despite having graduated from Harvard. Nethra (Regina) falls in love with Shourya over a few songs, dances and montages, stuffed between the haphazard screenplay-switches from the past to present. The main plot of the movie revolves around an accident that Shourya and Nethra meet with, which leads to a number of truths unfolding.

One hour into the movie you will only find a series of incidents serving the sole purpose of establishing the assertion: "different viewpoints, different reality". Multiple twists weren't so shocking because the deliberate insertion of scenes to mislead the audience, were glaringly obvious. Same goes for the climax that only disappoints after the two hours of build-up.

Consciously heightened emotion in any given scene only added to the soap opera-esque quality of the movie. Too many elements were slathered upon an essentially straight-forward narration for no effect whatsoever. Music and background music did nothing for the movie. Forcefully inserted comical noises for the unfunny comedy track irritate.

Casting was as predictable as one could imagine it to be except for that of Shourya. Nagineedu and Sayaji Shinde play the corrupt politicians, Prakash Raj is the genius cop who cracks the case single-handedly and Brahmanandam makes a mandatory appearance in the second half for a futile comic track.

Manchu Manoj and Regina tried to deliver as artistes in the little scope that the narration left them with.

Shourya is one of those movies you stop at while swapping channels on a weekday when there's nothing else to watch on TV.
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Avg Users’ Rating 2.6/5 ( 66 users )
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Arjun
okay
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Saiprasad Saive
nice movie
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Shree Kumar Singh
An average film,pace picks up in second half.
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