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National Media's Thumbs Down To 'Bro' In Reviews

National Media's Thumbs Down To 'Bro' In Reviews

The movie "Bro," starring Pawan Kalyan and Sai Tej, has hit theaters, and reviews have already arrived.

Let's take a look at the national media's response to this film and how leading media organizations reacted to it.

Unfortunately, the national media did not express a positive view of the film "Bro." To put it bluntly, they didn't like it at all.

Popular daily 'The Hindu' opined that Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej couldn't save this boring movie. The review concluded that relying on the songs and dialogues from Pawan's hit films resulted in a lack of freshness, causing the film to misfire.

Indian Express, another well-known magazine, analyzed that this movie seems to cater only to Pawan Kalyan's fans. Each scene in the film was utilized as an opportunity to bolster Pawan's image, giving the impression that Pawan used this movie to enhance his political presence.

In its review, Times of India, another leading media company, wrote that films like "Bro" happen when they are based on Kalyan's craze rather than a strong storyline. It pointed out that the portrayal of a man who got a second chance to live, along with his family's life, felt rushed, and the intended message was delivered too late. Overall, the review highlighted that "Bro" missed the opportunity to tell a compelling story effectively.

Regarding the film's dialogues, "First Post" criticized that there is no consistency in them. They noted that some dialogues revolve around themes of equality, while others seemed to be written solely for the sake of rhyme, without logical coherence. The review concluded that apart from a few laughs, there isn't much else in the movie. A doctor in the movie saying that only rich people get Parkinson's Disease is also criticized.

On the other hand, India Today responded that "Bro," starring Sai dharam Tej, was made primarily to cater to Pawan Kalyan's fans. The review suggested that a more honest remake without excessive additions would have been better. It also criticized the special song, which was filled with old movie references, lowering the impact of the film.

Overall, more than 80 percent of the reviews in the national media agreed that "Bro" was not a good movie. The critics found the remake lacking honesty and felt that attempts to cash in on personal agendas and stardom were more apparent than delivering a quality cinematic experience.

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