Mahesh Babu starrer ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ has hit the cinema screens all around the globe and it looks like he might finally have a good film in years. Post ‘Srimanthudu’ he has been ridiculing his legacy like no tomorrow but as a young minister he is here to serve the nation and cinema. After a long time, a really good commercial mainstream masala genre of Telugu film has come along with songs, actions and a very important social message. Film is heavy on dialogues and Mahesh played it to the gallery like ‘Okkadu’.
Mahesh is known to underplay his stardom which he thinks he is nuanced ofcourse he does not know what that word means but in comparison to other Telugu actors he is subtle. In this he went all out with the dialogue delivery and action by projecting it proud on the screen instead of trying to stay above it. When are you going for a hyped up narrative which pitches straight on the high note than one should not shy away from it because it would show on screen and this was exactly the problem with his earlier two films.
In order to make his films stylized and international he forgot to touch the root of his cinema though not this time. His performance is quite upto the mark as he was able to bind the screen together. Story and screenplay of the film is mostly simple but certainly has some impactful scenes which would give goosebumps with the right kind of crowd in the theater. Dialogues are quite patriotic and massy which always get applauded and whistles in the theater and made Babu the superstar he is. He has not tried anything unique in this one as he was for last two films but he did get into the roots of his narrative quite well.