|What to expect from Julayi Telugu Movie – Review|
Julayi, one of the highly anticipated Telugu movie that brings the jodi of Allu Arjun and Ileana in a romantic comedy, directed by Trivikram Srinivas, with music score by Devi Sri Prasad.
So what can one expect from a jodi, who is pairing up for the first time on screen and that too in a romantic-action genre? So one has to weigh the film based on the lead's on screen chemistry and how well their romance fits in the story, how the action sequences been shot, if the songs adds to the film's mass appeal and how commercially viable it is for the audience to enjoy with no stress involved.
Allu Arjun who plays the role of Ravindra Narayan (Ravi) earns the villain Bittu's enmity played Sonu Sood, when Ravi prevents Bittu from a bank robbery.
Meanwhile Ravi meets Madhu, played by Ileana D Cruz, as well call it – love happens at first sight and he woos her. At this juncture Bittu takes revenge against Ravi. How Ravi escapes and joins hands with his love, forms the film's storyline.
Raja Manikyam played by Rao Ramesh, comes as the cop, whom Ravi teams up with to catch Bitto. Narayana Murthy, played by Tanikella Bharani plays Ravi's father, is a straight forward person and hates Ravi's attitude of believing in earning quick, easy money.
Bittu's villainic acts is accompanied with the local MLA Varadarajulu, played by Kota Srinivasa Rao and Travels Murthy, played by Brahmaji to plot against Ravi.
As usual Allu Arjun plays a happy go lucky lad, who woos his leading lady and beats his baddies at ease and his acting is enjoyable who looks stylish.
Needless to say good looking jodi of Allu Arjun and Ileana are nice on screen and cracks to be a good pair in the romantic scenes.
Interestingly the film rolls with Prakash Raj's voice over saying, "Life aneydi highway...gelupu anedi one way...short cuts ki no way."
The bank robbery has been shot like the one in 'The Dark Knight' movie with some modifications might be one action sequence to look forward for the action audience.
While Brahmanandam and Rajendra Prasad who plays ACP Sitaram, adds to the comic relief, scenes of Ileana with her parents Hema and Dharmavarapu Subramanyam also tickles our funny bones.
The song 'Oh Madhu Oh Madhu' composed by Devi Sri Prasad is one of the hit highlighting song shot in beautiful scenic locales adding the charm of Allu's dance moves.
Another song to look out for is 'Mee Intiki Mundho Gate', where Allu Arjun imitates Chiranjeevi, Pawan Kalyan NTR, ANR, Krishna, and few others.
Apart from the action sequences which has been shot well and some good songs, the film also boasts of some good dialogues at certain places.