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Review: Winner

Review: Winner

Director : 
Gopichand Malineni
Producer : 
Nallamalapu Srinivas 

Madhu B
Music Director : 
Thaman S
Sai Dharam Tejas  as Siddhu
Rakul Preet Singhas as  Sitara
Thakur Anoop Singhas as Aadi

Rating: 2.5/5


Winner story starts with Sai Dharam Tej, who leads a simple life and falls in love with Rakul Preet Singh. After she enters into his life, a lot of changes happened and unexpectedly he has a fight with Jagapati Babu and Anoop Thakur and there is conflict between them.. At one point of time, Sai Dharam Tej is being challenged by the Anoop to defeat him a horse race. You have to watch the movie to see if he wins the race or not.

Performace of Lead Actors
Sai Dharam Tej has put his heart and soul while doing this character. His style of dancing, dialogue depiction and hilarious sense of humour, is bound to appeal to the masses. Remains to seen if the movie proves to be a success at the box office .Rakul charms the audience with her acting and glamorous presence and does her best as an athlete. Jagapathi Babu had given one of his  best performance and Anoop does well in his role as a villan and manages to create an impact. Rakul Preeth Singh's chemistry with Sai Dharam Tej had worked very well.

Technical Values
SS Thaman had scored melodious music and the background scoring is  amazing. Chota K Naidu's cinematography work and the location chosen for the songs are exceptional and the dream destinations are shot in a superb style. Gopichand Malineni's making for the comedy mixed action thriller is superb and had made a decent job.

The biggest asset is that the energetic performance of the actors and the rare dull moments. For a person who enjoys the typical commercial entertainers, there is everything in place. From hilarious comedy scenes to the fantastic chemistry between Sai and Rakul, it has everything. Usually movies can still work wonders if executed well because telling a routine masala story is not an easy task, especially if it is done with a lot of meaningful and with effective entertainment. It seems Gopichand has not succeeded in crafting the film with  perfection.