Veeru Bhai (Rahul Dev) aides chases lovers Deepti (Kajal) and Satya (Allu Arjun) in Visakhapatnam and kills Deepti and injures Satya before setting the Hyderabad bound bus on fire. However Satya survives the attack with disfigured face and 80% burns. He was shifted to Hyderabad Apollo where a surgery was performed on him by Dr.Sailaja (Jayasudha). Satya returns back and exacts revenge on Veeru Bhai with the help of but when he thought he can live peacefully another deadly attack happens which makes him realise that due to his changed face after surgery the recent attack occured. He contacts Dr.Sailaja and finds out startling truth. To know more about it watch Yevadu.
Ram Charan exceled in dances and stunts but expression wise he failed miserably. Amy Jackson irritated with her antics while Shruti Hasan was confined to songs. Allu Arjun and Kajal came with powerful performances in cameos. Jayasudha did well and Sai Kumar though came with good performance, his character was not elecated. Brahmanandam came for few minutes and Vennela Kishore was wasted. Kota Srinivasa Rao did his bit.
Vamsi Padipalli came with a script which is inspired from hit Hollywood film Face Off and blended it with hit Telugu films Journey, Vikramarkudu and Chatrapathi. Though hero taking revenge placing numbers is nothing new, Vamsi did it quite well. First half is ok but second half became slow as it resembled Vikramarkudu. Blood bath on silver screen and lack of humour will put off family viewers. Songs,background score and screen play keeps everyone glued to the screen. But many feel the film is no where near Ram Charan’s previous Sankranthi treat Nayak.
Production values are quite high. Cinematography and choreography is of top notch. Devi Sri Prasad’s music and background score is good. Editing could have been better.
Yevadu pefers mass, neglects family viewers.
3.5 out of 5
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