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Race Gurram (2014)

Race Gurram (2014)

Allu ArjunShruti HaasanShaamRavi Kishan
Surender Reddy


Race Gurram (2014) is a Telugu movie. Surender Reddy has directed this movie. Allu Arjun,Shruti Haasan,Shaam,Ravi Kishan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Race Gurram (2014) is considered one of the best Action,Comedy movie in India and around the world.

Ram (Shaam) and Lakshman a.k.a Lucky (Allu Arjun) are brothers. Ram is a sincere guy who grows up to become an honest cop. Lucky is a happy-go-lucky guy who enjoys life. Ram and Lucky have a tom and jerry kind of fight going on. Siva Reddy (Ravi Kishan) is a factionist who wants to become a politician. Ram gathers evidence against Siva Reddy and Lucky unintentionally intercepts them. The rest of the story is all about the race between Lucky and Siva Reddy.


Race Gurram (2014) Reviews

  • Worth watching.


    Race Gurram is a good entertainer that makes you feel good when you walk out of the theater. Brahmanandam, Ali, Posani and M.S.Narayana will make sure that you have a good time. Allu Arjun has improved tremendously as an actor and this movie is going to be one of his best commercial hits. The screen play, direction and many other things contributed to this film were fruitful. And Shruthi Hasan in the movie playing the female lead role, never put down the audience, she was fabulous in this film as compared to other films she has acted, trust she was just beautiful in her act. And Allu Arjun has also done a very good job. Fun-filled action thriller it was. And yeah, it's seriously worth watching! :)

  • They are back with a Bang!


    After getting flops from their previous works, both the director Surender Reddy and Allu Arjun are actually back with a bang! The narration is very good and though the story line looks very ordinary, the direction took it into another level. Cinematography is a class apart, especially in songs like 'Down down dappa' , 'Cinema Sopistha' and few fight scenes as well, were shot greatly. As the story progresses, it picks up pace and with the entry of Brahmanandam, it goes to a new high. Highlights for the film are Shruthi Hassan's intro and characterization , Arjun's 'Deevuda' expression , Pre-Interval and Climax episodes. Thaman was only good at the catchy BGM which takes off in the Interval and continues till the end. A complete Emotional Family entertainer all the way! Go and grab a ticket, 3 hrs of racy entertainment is assured.

  • (Another) Messala


    Flying, rolling (in the air) automobiles? This has it spades, if that kind of thing is your ... thing. Loud, melodramatic leads? Yup, right up there... Songs when there is no need , feeding our common navel-gazing frenzy? Yup. Comedy that works ? Surprisingly, in spades too (and that's what kinda elevates this one over others of its ilk, of which there have been quite a few, and will be many more, judging by the way the audiences are lapping it up). Cases in point - the entire initial 'Inside' track and 'Kill Bill' Pandey. A good Allu Arjun performance? Standard-order, since he seems to be quite sincere in almost everything that he does. Also, for the first time, plastic-surgery seems to suit someone. The bad? Time for the brickbats, since most audiences are too forgiving about everything bad in movies like this. Let me get the typical ones out of the way. Loud acting, loud clothes, loud situations, loud sets, loud everything - check. An almost unimaginable level of suspension of disbelief - check. Situations and lines that want one to scream 'BS' every time - check. Comedy that's crass, and doesn't work for you, but has your immediate neighbor in splits - double check. Bad, extremely bad CGI, that's being passed off as great CGI since AP is the hub of all things software - triple check. Gory, violent, yet cartoony sequences that keep going on (and on, and on....and, you get my drift) even after you've yawned and yawned and yawned - quadruple check (that's actually true). Moving on to an atypical grouse - Watching movies like 'Cuckoo' reinforces the perplexing nature of wrong lip-sync in most mainstream Indian movies, esp. those from AP and TN (admittedly, to a relatively lesser extent). All the main characters whose native language is not Telugu lip-sync their lines so badly (not their fault, they're doing it in another language), and I don't know how it is for the rest of us, but it never fails to take me out of the movie every-friggin-time. I want to buy-in to what's going on on screen, but fail whenever I see no lip-sync. Our mainstream audiences are really, really forgiving of their multi-crore offerings, and maybe, just maybe, that's not such a bad thing? I'd advise you to watch it at the local big screen, but do these guys deserve your money? I'd say no, but you'll not bother. Maybe.

  • I do not understand few things in films and this film had many of my misunderstandings.


    I do not understand few things in films and this film had many of my misunderstandings. Why an irrelevant song comes in between two songs? Why there will be comedy track in climax? Why the sub plots take precedence over main plot? Why a female lead is confined just to songs or has little space in the film? There are so many questions that will be in my mind and most times the answer is simple "It's a Telugu Commercial Film". So we have to expect the unexpected, logic has very little or rather no space. The script is written only for the hero and comedy is forcibly inserted. The audience goes to the movies for entertainment and if they are given some time pass by comedy or songs, they are more than happy. I am an absolute misfit to rate commercial Telugu movies because for me they are absolutely non-sensical and for the common Telugu audience they are more than movies, they debate, talk over, use the same jokes and dialogs in real life and even follow the heroes. So, I would rather refrain from reviewing this. I can simply say, I got laughter only in last 20 minutes when Brahmanandam came as Kill Bill Pandey and rest of the film was forgettable for me. Without wasting any further words, I am going with 1/5 (purely personal rating) and that 1 is for Kill Bill Pandey.

  • Kill Bill Pandey all the way!


    Right from the word go, I was cursing myself for coming to watch this movie. The family sentiment seemed contrived, acting too loud, romance illogical, and the list goes on. But surprisingly, after almost 3 hours, I left the theater satisfied (how is that even possible?). Scripted and directed by Surender Reddy, Race Gurram starts off just like any other commercial Telugu movie, with phony sequences and loud acting. While the first half seemed dull with mediocre screenplay, Surender manages to pull half the later half exceedingly well. The overall direction though could have been much better. On acting front, it's more or less a cake walk for Arjun. His body language is superb, and he performs with ease. But what needs mention is one performance: Brahmi a.k.a Kill Bill Pandey, take a bow! He is absolutely entertaining. Overall, the screenplay in the second half, Bunny's strong screen presence and Bramhi come to the rescue in this mediocre film, and you walk out of the theater satisfied. So just for that, you can give it a watch. For a detailed review, please visit sasikanth.me :)


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