Acharya Movie Review

Acharya Movie Review: Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, Pooja Hegde is only good thing in the film

Acharya Movie Review:- When it comes to Acharya, the much-anticipated new drama from award-winning director Koratala Siva’s, critics seem to be divided. On the one hand, some have praised the film for its exciting action sequences and riveting performances by the clearly talented father-son duo of Chiranjeevi and Ram Charam. Others, however, have argued that Acharya is bogged down by mediocre writing and uninteresting supporting characters, leaving little reason to recommend it to general audiences. Ultimately, whether you enjoy Acharya will depend on your expectations going in. If you are hoping for an adrenaline-pumping action flick with two of India’s biggest acting legends on screen together, then Acharya might be just what you’re looking for. If, however, you prefer a more nuanced and subtle approach to storytelling, then Acharya probably won’t be a good fit for you.
Acharya Movie Review
Acharya Movie Review
Still, with any luck Acharya will prompt a long overdue discussion about what makes for truly great filmmaking. Here’s hoping that Chiranjeevi’s next offering is better received by both critics and audiences alike!

Acharya Movie Review

Rating: 2/5
Banner Matinee Entertainments, Konidela Productions
Cast: Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan, Sonu Sood, Ajay, Pooja Hegde, Regina Cassandra, Tanikella, Nasser, Jisshu Sengupta, and others
Director of Photography: Thiru
Music: Mani Sharma
Action: Ram-Laxman, Vijay
Producer: Niranjan Reddy, Anvesh Reddy
Editor: Naveen Nooli
Written and directed by:  Koratala Siva
Release Date: April 29, 2022

Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan & Pooja Hegde Performances

It’s no secret that Acharya is not the best movie out there. It’s uneven, cramming too many storylines into its two and a half hour runtime. The editing is choppy, and the script could have used another pass. However, there’s one thing that Acharya has going for it: Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan. The two actors have undeniable chemistry, and they elevate the material with their natural charisma and energy. They make the most of their scenes together, especially in the second half of the film when they’re playing off of each other’s comedic timing. Even in the midst of all the chaotic action, Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan manage to bring some life to Acharya. However, they can only do so much. The script is a mess, and the rest of the cast is largely forgettable. In the end, Acharya is a disappointingly average film that is saved by its two leads.

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