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Son of Satyamurthy - Movie Review

With an imposing combination of a gigantic cast and a skillful director, Son of Satyamurthy recounts a striking story of Viraj (Allu Arjun), an affable moneyed man, who finds himself in a dejected situation after the death of his father as the narrative transacts between human values, relationships, and emotions. 

Quoted as a "Trivikram's Celluloid", this movie had all the attributes and traits we insist on. The complex and the eloquent dialogue raised the quality and made the movie much more compelling to watch. And the director's writing was competent when it comes to comedy and the way he articulated the moral values in the movie.

But, on the other side, the slapdash structure and the mundane screenplay (notably in the second half) which didn't really give the substance to few characters, made the movie a little tedious to watch.

Congested with a mighty potent star cast, performances from Allu Arjun, Samantha, Upendra, Rajendra Prasad and Nithya Menen were overall decent and could be better if they're given few brief characters.

Altogether, Son of Satyamurthy is filled with good thoughts and intentions and is a definite entertainer for a casual one-time watch. 

My Rating - 3/5
Grade - B (Worth a watch!)
-By Surya Komal aka KM (@SuryaKomal)

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