Winner Movie Review
Winner Story: It’s a story where Siddhu (Sai Dharam Tej) being the “creative head” of a newspaper, hates races and horses because they are the reason he is distanced from his father, Mahender (Jagapathi Babu).He also falls in love with Sitara (Rahul) who aims to become a successful athlete against the will of her father in the movie. So when Siddhu interferes in her life her father settles her marriage with “the best jockey”. But for change luck by chance Siddu wins his love and his family.
Winner Movie Review:
In this movie, Daggubati’s voice also explains how horse races and gambling works for his movie introduction. Finally, we get to see how a child in the story is estranged from his father. Who is involved for the surprise, is his grandfather who is very much loves horse racing more than his own son FYI. When the farmer laments, “villain tape made lead,” his son says, “Ok kadunnadu. Adi mamulu power kids. Mega power!” and you instantly know that the build-up shots are about to begin. He also alone single handily sorts out all the bad guys as Anasuya drools on.
winner Movie Maker | Making of Winner Movie
The maker of the movie Winner also talks of nothing other than business and he says that this film has all the elements one gets to see in a commercial film. It also has all the needed dialogues of a star, good looking actresses, good comedy, emotions, catchy tunes, and family picture to enjoy. We have the good sound track in the film. The clownish role of all in the second half of the story. Here we also get to see Sidhu love as torture and Kudos to the writers for making Sitara stand up to her goal. We also see her fall completely for him when he kidnaps her to the race she has been training for all the time.
We also get to see Sai Dharam Tej performing so well as a hero, as an actor, however, not as much. Jagapathi Babu, on the other hand, can be seen making his presence felt both with his composed and class act as well as his stylish attitude.
Thakur Anoop Singh could also become the next big baddie in T’town. He’s done a great job in portraying the unabashed evil. Songs in the film also impress while the BGM too doesn’t disappoint.
Having said all that, Winner can be your guilty pleasure when you want to indulge in the good old Tollywood fix with all the high-octane drama. The winner is your typical Tollywood commercial potboiler. Nothing more and nothing less.