Waltair Veerayya Movie Review

Chiranjeevi Crackles In A Story That Could’ve Been A Mega-Ultra-Pro-Max Mass Masala Entertainer But…

Chiranjeevi is at the most ease while delivering some swag-filled scenes at the age of 67

What's Good?

Where the story goes VS where it should’ve gone after developing the first act

What's Bad?

A whole lot in the second half

Loo Break:

 Even if you’re a Chiru Garu & Ravi Teja fan, get out in the interval! Thank me later

Watch or Not?

Chiranjeevi at the age of 67, is a magnanimous ball of energy. Ravi Teja, who’s 13 years younger than Chiru seemed to lack the spark while acting when compared to Chiru Garu

Shruti Haasan’s character does try to find some redemption by being a ‘RAW’ agent but it’s executed so poorly that it reflects in her performance as well.

All said and done, Chiranjeevi’s mega-ultra-pro-max mass masala entertainer is nothing but serving extremely mediocre content to the fans in the guise of a big banner fan-gift festive release.

Last words:

Waltair Veerayya review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Umesh PunwaniR