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Khaidi No. 150

Khaidi No. 150

11 Jan, 2017
2 hrs 27 mins
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Khaidi No. 150 is an official remake of the Tamil smash hit - Kaththi.
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Chiranjeevi has a knack of choosing social themes wisely, to whatever extent the plot goes. His idea to pick up Murugadosss Tamil script Kaththi served his purpose in many ways. From Tagore to Stalin to Sreenu, Chiranjeevi picks up roles that scream out a social message. With corruption as the skeleton, these stories played on different issues plaguing the society. However, Khaidi No 150 walks a few miles more to bring Marxs Bourgeoisie and the Proletariat conflict on the screen. ...Read full review
The story has it`s heart in the right place. Chiranjeevi does the needful to play an a son of the soil, who is heading a motely bunch of old men who don`t want to part with their land. Tarun, Anjala Zaveri`s husband plays the vicious corporate honcho who wants to set up a factory on their farm lands, albeit a little too underwhelmingly. The action and drama bits are alright, as are some bits of the comedy tracks that involve a barrage of funny men Ali, Brahmanandam and Posani. But does it all come together as a film? We aren`t sure. But yes, Chiranjeevi is back for sure, although we can`t quite say he`s back with a bang. ...Read full review
When a superstar like Chiranjeevi returns to the screen, the film is mounted to fulfil many criteria he has to try and dance the way he used to in his younger days, he needs punch dialogues, and he has to beat up at least 100 people. More so, if its his -150th film. So, he cant get to the issue without much ado and talk about farmers and their war against corporate land sharks. ...Read full review
On the whole, Khaidi No 150 is a typical mass entertainer. The film is set to take record openings and has everything that we expect from a star hero like Chiranjeevi. He makes a thumping comeback and proves that even at this age he can give every star hero a run for their money. If you ignore the predictable story line and dull climax, Chirus one man show, superb songs, and a good message makes this film a good watch this festival season. ...Read full review