After debacle Komaram Puli, Power Star Pavan Kalyan fans anxiety over Panjaa, a low profile maintained movie during shooting is finally over.
IN AND OUT:
Power Star Pavan Kalyan plays role of loyal associate to mafia goon Bhagawan (Jackie Shroff). Jai (Pavan Kalyan) gets closer to Sandhya (Sarah Jane) and falls in love with her. Story takes turn with sudden murder of Munna (Seshu Adivi) son of Bhagawan (Jackie Shroff) at Jai’s (Pavan Kalyan) place. Course of sequences before and after murder of Munna forms the plot of Panjaa.
Brahmanandam as Paparayudu and Jhansi as Laxmi brings some laugh. Song on Brahmanandam is to be mentioned and a star like Power Star is to be appreciated for allowing that. Ali, Subba Raju, Tanikella Bharani, Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao and Sampath Raj did justice to their roles.
Director has failed in bringing life to the narration. No energy found in background score. Songs are OK. Most of the songs are trimmed during show (not sure whether it is same in all screens). Dialogues by Abburi Ravi are inane.
Nothing special I found in Panjaa, except Pavan Kalyan in new look. Opening shot of the movie and the first song of the movie are well shot. Action sequences could have been better. Though Pavan Kalyan used bit of his martial arts skills in action sequences, are not impressive and not captured well. Story and narration reminds you of Pavan Kalyan’s old movie Balu(2005).
Review by: chetanz (email@example.com)
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