‘Bro’ Movie Review: What The Hell, Bro!
Posted By: Shweta Khandal
Posted On: July 28, 2023
Even though not many people are talking about it as much as Pawan Kalyan’s other movies, “Bro” is still one of the most awaited films this year. In the movie, Pawan Kalyan played a god, and his nephew, Sai Dharam Tej, was also part of it.
Now, let’s find out how this movie actually is!
Bro Movie Story
Meet Mark (Sai Dharam Tej), the eldest among his three siblings—a brother and two sisters. He lives with his mom and sisters. Mark’s main focus is on earning money, and he hardly spends time with anyone, including his girlfriend Ramya (Ketika Sharma). He also has a strong need to be in control.
One day, while traveling from Vizag to Hyderabad, Mark gets into a car accident and tragically loses his life.
But that’s not the end of his story. Mark has a unique opportunity to plead with Time, who is also known as Titan (Pawan Kalyan), the god of time, for more time to fulfill his responsibilities. Surprisingly, Titan agrees to grant Mark an additional 90 days to live.
During these 90 days, Titan has a special mission—to show Mark the real essence of life and its true meaning. How will Titan guide Mark on this journey, and what choices will Mark make in the next 90 days? Let’s find out together!
Without a doubt, Pawan Kalyan truly shines in the movie and is its main highlight. His presence adds a lot of value to the film. Fans will be delighted to see Pawan in his classic looks and performing some of his famous songs from previous hit movies.
Sai Dharam Tej’s portrayal of an overly focused person is quite good. There are some enjoyable scenes between Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej.
Other actors like Ketika Sharma, Priya Varrier, Rohini, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani, and more also did their roles well. However, some felt that Priya Varrier’s character didn’t match her popularity, and anyone could have played that role.
Dialogues & BGM
Climax and Pre-climax Song
When it comes to the technical parts of the movie, the cinematography really stands out. Sujith Vasudevan did an impressive job, especially in capturing the moments of Pawan Kalyan’s entry and the ending scenes.
However, the songs by Thaman aren’t that catchy, and the dialogues are just okay, nothing too remarkable to talk about.
The movie’s concept is not entirely new, but it’s a bit different from similar films like Yamaleela and Ori Devuda that explored the idea of a ‘second chance’. In this movie, the director cleverly keeps the God character involved most of the time, making the story more elaborate compared to other films.
The story follows a man who believes he’s the most important person, but he learns about the significance of ‘time’ and how things work even when he’s not around.
The first 20 minutes have some exaggerated scenes and the comedy falls flat before the actual plot begins. When God enters the picture, it’s quite impactful.
Pawan Kalyan, playing the role of Titan, impresses the audience until the interval with his style and the inclusion of some old songs. His fans will surely love his mannerisms. However, the connection between Markandeyulu and his girlfriend could have been better established.
Sai Dharam Tej shares most of his scenes with Pawan Kalyan, and the latter’s presence throughout the movie is one of its strong points. However, the visual effects in many of their scenes are disappointing.
The storytelling lacks emotional depth, and this continues until the pre-climax scenes. The second half becomes somewhat predictable in some parts. The climax, along with a song, makes more sense than the rest of the movie. The life lessons taught by Titan in the climax and the message about accepting life as it is, are well delivered.
Overall, the movie BRO has a good storyline, but the weak narrative prevents it from becoming great. It will be an enjoyable watch for Pawan Kalyan’s fans, but only time will tell how it performs at the box office.
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