Power Movie Review

  • Film : Power
  • Producer : Rockline Venkatesh
  • Director : K. S. Ravindra
  • Star Cast : Ravi Teja, Hansika Motwani, Regina Cassandra...
  • Music Director : S. Thaman

After 'Balupu' movie, Ravi Teja took his time and finally arrived with 'Power' packed. This film is the directorial debut for writer Ravindra aka Bobby. The film has Hansika and Regina in the female leads while Kannada popular producer Rockline Venkatesh also made his way into Tollywood.

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Baldev Saha [Ravi Teja] is a corrupt police officer who is quite daring. However, he ends his life while trying to catch a criminal Ganguly. On the flipside in Hyderabad, police inspector Animuthyam [Brahmanandam] brother-In-Law Tirupathi's ultimate aim is to become a cop. However one day, Home Minister of West Bengal approaches Tirupathi to find the whereabouts of Ganguly. Tirupathi accepts, Home Minister's plea and steps in Baldev Saha's shoes.

The real twist is revealed here. Who is Tirupathi and how is he related to Baldev Saha. Also why Home Minister approached Tirupathi. All these questions will be answered on the silverscreen.

Analysis :


This is a routine story but modified interesting with ample of twists and turns. Director doesn't deviate the audience from the plot even a minute and dwells good with the subject too in showing the right content. The first half is good with entertainment levels and the interval bang will surprise everyone. However, the second half gets predictable and the climax is not that impressive.

We can spot director losing grip slowly on the movie in the second half and climax is filled with comedy quotient, just to came it entertaining instead ending it with a serious note. However, director fails to create his own mark, as the movie marginally appears like Vikramarkudu and Balupu.

Performance :


Ravi Teja's two shades in this film. You find Mass Maharaja more handsome and stylish in this film. After Puri Jagannadh, we can say director Bobby showed Ravi Teja more like a proper hero. And what can we say when Ravi Teja is accompanied with Brahmanandam. Ravi Teja's comedy timing and body language suits the character.

Hansika provided some glamour while Regina appears in the flashback. Regina is nowhere related to the main plot and Hansika changes the fortunes of Ravi Teja in the film.

Posani is also hilarious. Rest of the cast, Ajay, Prakash Raj, Subba Raj, Kota Srinivasa Rao and Uttej are fine and did justice to whatever they were offered.

Final Word: Power is packed with pockets of entertainment, masala, twists and glamour. Though the second half is bit slow, never makes you feel bore. You may watch it!