Yogi (Mohan Babu) is the son of a High Court judge (Vijay
Kumar). A politician (Narra) falsely implicates yogi, who
got first rank in Civil services examinations, in a murder
case. The judge father gives the judgment for son by jailing
Yogi for six years. By the time Yogi is released, the politician
dies of a natural heart attack. Dharma Rao (Mukesh Rushi),
son of that politician, is also a villain. When Dharma Rao
visits the shores of Godari River to leave the ashes, Yogi
foils the rites by resisting. Then Dharma Rao challenges Yogi
that he is going to mix the ashes of his politician father
in Godari before Yogi mixes the ashes of his Judge father
(who is alive).
rest of the film is about how the villains of the film try
to make Yogi life more miserable and how Yogi comes out unscathed
with the help of his childhood friend Jagan (Nagarjuna).
Babu: Mohan Babu is the right choice for this emotional
film. The strength of Mohan Babu is his dialogue delivery.
But, by writing Telangana dialect to Mohan Babu and making
him utter pieces of Hindi dialogues made the entire stuff
lose the impact. The movie lovers who like the dialogues of
Mohan Babu are in for a disappointment.
She is taken as a glamour prop for this film. She appears
just before songs and has no significance. She did well by
showcasing her glamour.
He enters the film 20 minutes before the end of 'Adhipati'.
He has a duet song, a court scene and a shared climax fight
to his credit. All the Nag fans are in for a disappointment
for the brief role he has done.
Her role is limited to a duet song with Nag and a 'single
& direction: Ravi Raja Pinisetty has done a shabby
job as a director and screenplay wright. The scenes in the
film are incoherent. He might have remade the Malayalam blockbuster
Narasimha as it is. But he could not replicate the original
soul in Adhipati.
All the comedy tracks in this film are irrelevant to the story
and do not serve the purpose of entertaining the audiences.
Paruchuri brothers disappointed the audiences by not penning
good dialogues for this mass film.
The first half of the film is very ordinary and second half
of it is OK. Touted as a multi-starrer, Adhipati fails to
impress the viewers. The producer seems to have made this
film keeping the success of Narasimha
Naidu in mind. They have selected the same set of artists
(Mukesh Rushi, Jaya Prakash Reddy as villains and Preethi
as heroine) and dialogue writer and tried to emulate the formula
of Narasimha Naidu. What this film lacks is powerful screenplay
and pulsating direction. We have to wait and see how the audiences
of Andhra script the fate of 'Adhipati'.
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