Guntur Kaaram, directed by trivikram srinivas, is unquestionably the best example of how a healthy mahesh babu can hold our attention for a whole 159 minutes without becoming old. Alright, it seems deceptive; let's clarify. The one thing keeping Trivikram's very long guntur Kaaram from being boring to watch is mahesh babu, who is in excellent form. Yes, that does sound more realistic.
 

Without any delay, trivikram delivers the highly anticipated mahesh babu to the audience! He makes his debut shortly after the movie starts, although in a mediocre way. The movie has several scenes meant to elicit shouts of "Jai Babu" from mahesh babu devotees. Despite having the best of intentions, trivikram falls short of making these scenes give off a thrilling cinematic effect. The moments are continually elevated by Babu's dominating presence and distinctive flair. In the purportedly mass moments, Trivikram's writing falls short, not giving the viewers the anticipated rush of excitement.
It soon becomes clear that mahesh babu is the only thing adding flavor to an otherwise lifeless and corny guntur Kaaram. guntur Kaaram even occasionally makes one feel as though they are watching the director's previous hit film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020), especially when it comes to mother-son relations. It nearly seems as though trivikram decided to use parts from AVPL that were either omitted or were not able to be incorporated into a new picture. Meenakshi Chaudhary took pooja Hegde's place, and some unseen stills have recently been posted on Twitter.
 
 

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