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Dear Comrade is scripted and directed by Bharat Kamma. The film has the star cast of Vijay Deverakonda, Rashmika Mandanna, Shruti Ramachandran, " V Jayaprakash," " Brahmaji," " Sukanya," Anish Kuruvilla, Raghu Babu and Rao Ramesh. Mythri Movie Makers and Yash Rangineni produced the film. Justin Prabhakaran composed the music. Sujith Sarang handled the camera and Sreejith Sarang edited the movie.
Chaitanya Bobby Krishnan is impressed by his grandpa's ideologies and prefixes Comrade in his name and shows his interest in the society. Wherever he sees some injustice, Bobby couldn’t control himself and beat up the people, who are the reason for the mess. He falls in love with his neighbor, Lilly. She is passionate about cricket and loves it more than anything in the world. Lilly lost her brother in a college clash and hence is afraid of Bobby’s aggressive behavior. In a series of incidents, she leaves him. After a few years gap, Bobby meets her in a hospital in a weak condition. What happened to Lilly? Will she become alright and join Bobby? Watch it in theatres!
As usual, Vijay Deverakonda is superb in his role. Rashmika has done her part pretty well. The chemistry between them is good. The rest of the stars have done justice to their roles.
After a few short films, Bharat Kamma makes his debut as a movie director and we are sure that he succeeded in his first attempt. The story is not much compelling, yet enjoyable. The screenplay and execution are neat. The BGM is stunning and Justin Prabhakaran has done justice to the film with his excellent rendition. The cinematography and editing are good. There are a lot of youthful elements in the commercial entertainer to attract youngsters. Characterization is excellent. It is to be noted that Rashmika has got a strong role than Vijay Deverakonda. The cinematography is fantastic. The editing should have been crisper, a bit.
What’s Not There?
Dear Comrade is a good entertainer and hopefully it is designed to attract the youth than the normal audience.
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