A different NTR for you 

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A different NTR for you 

Janatha Garage has hit the screens all over today. It is a general movie for the regular audience and not for the fans in specific.NTR did well and it is out of the ordinary and not the regular mass masala acting.

Satyam(Mohan Lal) keeps helping the needy under the name of Janatha Garage. On the other hand, Anand(NTR) is a nature lover who goes to any extent to prevent the environment. Anand accidentally gets into a scuffle with Satyam and his Janatha Gang members. During this entire episode, Satyam likes Anand’s sincere approach and requests him to join him in his fight to save the poor.

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Mohan Lal is the backbone of the entire film.  The legendary actor is awesome in his role and emotes supremely well throughout the film. Credit should go to Koratala Shiva for showcasing him in such a meaningful role.

Even though fans might miss NTR the star, you can see a complete new Tarak. Some intense scenes between Mohan Lal and NTR elevate the film nicely. Kajal’s item number will impress the masses. The main villain, Sachin Khedekar does a decent job in his role.

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The first half of the film is quite dull and does not have much going its way. The writing is not very good  and even  NTR could not save the film in many places.

Music by Devi Sri Prasad is a huge plus as all the songs have been composed quite well. Devi’s background score in the second half elevates the proceedings to a decent level. Production values of the film are pretty good. Coming to the director Koratala Shiva, he has done just an okay job with the film.

On the whole, Janatha Garage is not your regular popcorn entertainer which Tollywood churns out every week. It is a character-driven film where the onus is on serious emotions. Though NTR performs brilliantly, Mohan Lal gets a prominent role and this might not go well with NTR’s fans.

Director : Koratala Siva

Producer : Naveen Yerneni, Mohan, Y.Ravi Shankar

Music Director :Devi Sri Prasad

Starring : NTR, Samantha, Mohanlal, Nithya Menen

 Rating : 3/5