Family Star Movie Review: Is Vijay Deverakonda's movie a hit?


Family Star Movie Review: 'Family Star' is a movie produced by 'Dil' Raju and directed by Parashuram starring Vijay Devarakonda. Mrinal Thakur is the heroine. Check out the review of the movie.

Director: Parasuram Petla

Starring: Vijay Devarakonda, Mrunal Thakur, Jagapathi Babu, Rohini Hattangadi, Vasuki, Achyut Kumar, Divyansha Kaushik and others along with Rashmika in a cameo.

Vijay Deverakonda's Family Star Movie Review: 'The' Vijay Deverakonda is the hero of Parasuram Petla's latest movie 'Family Star'. After the blockbuster 'Geetha Govindam', this is the film done by both of them. In this, Mrinal Thakur of 'Sita Ram' and 'Hi Nanna' fame is the heroine. 'Dil' is produced by Raju. Check out the review of this movie.

Family Star Movie Story

Govardhan (Vijay Devarakonda) is a middle-class boy. Without considering the weight of family responsibilities... Anna Vadinalu is a young man who lives for his children. Indu (Mrinal Thakur) rents a penthouse in their house. Studying in Hyderabad Central University. Gets along with everyone at home. Govardhan slowly falls in love even though he is away from this at first. When he wanted to tell his love, he was heartbroken because of something he did. Actually, what did you do here? What did the hurt Govardhan do? Why did both go to America? In the love story of a rich girl with a middle-class boy, what are the obstacles and obstacles? What finally happened? is the rest of the movie.

Family Star Movie Review

Recently, the director writers are designing their characters as if the hero is larger than life. It is rare to see star heroes in common man characters. At such a moment Parashuram made 'Family Star' showing Vijay Devarakonda as a middle-class boy. When I saw the teaser, trailer, songs... the emotions seemed to connect more than the story. And how are the emotions in 'Family Star'? How's the romance? What about comedy? If you see...

'Family Star' director Parasuram Petla took a bit more time to get into the story. Other audiences, especially among the youth, tried hard to portray Vijay Devarakonda as a middle-class boy because of his image. The scenes between the hero and heroine are better than those middle-class scenes. The hero's family background and the relationship between the brothers are nothing new. It should be called routine. The interval twist alone created a bit of curiosity.

After the interval, the director concentrated more on the hero and heroines, keeping the family aside. There is no villain until about 20 minutes before the climax. She played the role of the biggest villain in the movie's run time till then. Some of the emotions in the movie 'Family Star' will appeal to the common people, especially the middle-class audience. Parasuram who worked out fun/emotion with back-to-back scenes in 'Geetha Govindam'...didn't engage with back-to-back scenes like that in 'Family Star'. Lost track. There is not much sparkle in the dialogues except for a few misses. 'Family Star' is like a roller coaster ride.

One of Gopisunder's songs is 'Madhuramu Kada...'. 'Kalyani Amla Amla' has no proper placement. Background music doesn't matter. The cinematography is good. Production values are rich. Fight masters should be admired. Decent fights were taken without losing the family touch.

Family Star Movie Actors Performance

After 'Geetha Govindam' and 'Khushi', Vijay Deverakonda once again played the role of a middle-class boy. The character is well done. Mrunal Thakur is as good as Vijay. Her performance can be seen either in songs or in key scenes. Jagapathi Babu, Divyansha Kaushik, Ravi Babu, Achyut Kumar, and others are guest roles. They did it according to their scope. Prabhas Srinu in the first half and 'Vennela' Kishore in the second half laughed for a while.

There is nothing new in the story of 'Family Star'. While watching a movie, I remembered what I had seen before. The story has old smells. Parasuram tried to tell the old story in a new bottle. Therefore, emotions connect more than stories. The movie started slowly. A twist surprises near the interval. The last 20 minutes are an engaging 'what's next?' It was taken to see that. If you go without real expectations... you can enjoy some moments and comedy scenes in between. There is content that appeals to middle-class people and women.