‘Dear Comrade’ Movie Review!

‘Dear Comrade’ Movie Review!

Reviews 26-Jul-2019 8:43 PM IST Top 10 Comments

Direction: Bharat Kamma
Production: Mythri Movie Makers
Cast: Vijay Devarakonda, Rashmika Mandanna, Shruthi Ramachandran & Suhas
Music: Justin Prabhakaran
Cinematography: Sujith Sarang
Editor: Sreejith Sarang

After ‘Geetha Govindam’, everybody is excited to look ‘Geetha’ and ‘Govindham’ i.e., Rashmika Mandanna and Vijay Devarkonda to romance in ‘Dear Comrade’ which is directed by Bharat Kamma and with the soothing music of Justin Prabhakaran which had already been sensational all over the south. Let this review give a brief idea of how ‘Dear Comrade’ has worked on screens!

Bobby i.e., Chaitanya is grown up inspired by seeing his grandfather who was a great ‘Comrade’ and fights for the rights of students in his college. However, he doesn’t support any political party other than working for students, he loses his temper how much ever the issue is small. He meets Lilly who comes to his neighbor’s house for her sister’s marriage who is also a State Level Cricket Player and falls in love. Since there is a great contrast of Bobby’s anger character and Lilly’s soft nature, Lilly denies accepting him by already experiencing losing someone because of anger. Having no control of the mind by without forgetting the cute moments they had spent together during a marriage function, both of them fall in love such that due to a serious fight in college, both of them get misunderstandings and separate. Then after both of them face different perspectives and move on with their lives and after 3 years Bobby comes and meets Lilly in a depressed state by leaving her cricket passion which is just a contrast of what he had seen in her before. Why Lilly had left her passion which she thought to be superior to her love on Bobby? Will Bobby help Lilly to get back her passion? Will Bobby be her ‘Comrade’ till the end? Will they join once again is the story of ‘Dear Comrade’!

Starting off with the refreshing younger and breezy story of a youngster, the movie keeps on moving with various aspects like students, politics, romance, breakup, travel and also sports. Overall the entire film has a different a first half and a second-half with the base of the story (Strive to work till we get the rights we need/wish to get) which had opened at the peak. Just like many other films had been stating, this film is a package of so many familiar films. However ‘Pullaradha’ song is the only consolation for the entire film, the other songs seem to give not so much compact. Cinematography of Sujith Sarang is just wow with the beautiful locations whereas if the drags are trimmed off the film would be possibly better by nearing to the expectations.

Coming to the performance part, with the stereotypic character Vijay Devarkonda has just lived in the character of ‘Bobby’ which will remind ‘Arjun Reddy’ in some instances he gets angry in the film. Apart from playing cricket in the film, Rashmika’s character which is completely contrasting to her character in 'Geetha Govindham' as a depressed person will slightly make you feel pity.

On the whole, by expecting a lot from the teaser, trailer and songs, if ‘Dear Comrade’ might be a slight bitter idea for this week because of the drags and a different first half & a second half!

‘Dear Comrade’ is a supportive note for every woman who wanted to fight for their passion!

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