Movie: Gopala Gopala Movie Review
Cast: Pawan Kalyan,Venkatesh,Shriya Saran and others
Directed by : Kishore Kumar Pardasany
Produced by : D.Suresh Babu, Sharat Marar
Banner :Suresh Productions
Music : Anoop Rubens
Release Date : Jan 09 2015 12:00 AM
Gopala Gopala Movie Review
Gopal Rao (Venkatesh), an atheist, owns a shop of religious idols and uses the weakness of the devotees to the fullest to pocket handsome profit. The very next day after he expresses his displeasure on godmen and superstitions, Gopal Rao's shop gets demolished due to an earthquake. Though he insures his shop, The Insurance Firm rejects his claim based on 'Act Of God' clause. Left with no other option to bail out himself from trouble, He sues all Gods and Godmen seeking compensation. Has he won the legal battle fighting all the odds or Given up the fight in the end? Grab the tickets to know more!
Pawan Kalyan: He is the pillar of strength for 'Gopala Gopala' and lifts the film to the next level with his amazing screen presence. You just can't imagine any other actor in this role after watching the movie. That's the impact he creates inspite of making his entry just before the interval!
Venkatesh: In a role of atheist, He used all his years of experience in the courtroom episodes. Emotional scenes were a cakewalk for this family hero after all.
As Venky's Wife, Shriya is just okay. Mithun Chakraborthy is decent. Posani Krishna Murali entertains with his trademark comic timing and mannerisms. Rest of the cast were adequate.
- Pawan Kalyan
- Bhaje Bhaje song
- Second Half
- First Half
- Slow Pace
'Gopala Gopala', the official Telugu remake of Bollywood hit 'Oh My God', brings together Pawan Kalyan and Venkatesh, the magical combination which every Telugu movie lovers has been waiting for all these years.
First things first, 'Gopala Gopala' isn't a regular masala potboiler but a clean family entertainer made with good intent. The film picks up momentum only after Pawan Kalyan's entry and its Powerstar who keeps the audience glued to the screens till the very end from thereafter. Director Kishore Pardasani has done a good job and the movie watching experience could have been improved to a great extent if not for the lag.
Anup Rubens's songs were decent and background score is exceptional. Picturisation-wise, 'Bhaje Bhaje' song is an eye-feast for fans. Dialogues are an asset to the movie. Cinematography is good. Editing could have been much better. Production Values are grand.
'Gopala Gopala' is a film that will be embraced by fans of Pawan Kalyan despite lack of commercial ingredients. To finish off, Its a thought-provoking movie which entertains in parts.
Box Office: 'Gopala Gopala' got a massive release and its certain to shatter at least some of the records in the opening week if it could make full use of the Sankranthi season. The actual Box Office potential of the movie can be judged only after a few days.
Verdict: Pawan Kalyan - The Only Saving Grace!