Khaidi No 150 movie Review, ratings, story line, public talk and more!
Khaidi No 150 Movie review/rating:
Khaidi No 150 movie Review: The film Khaidi No 150 is the upcoming Telugu Movie all set for its grand release in the theaters on January 11th 2017. The film was scheduled for Sankranthi festival release and the shooting of the film is completely as per the schedule. All excited with the venture, the makers of the film are very happy with the release of the film as per planned. The film is directed by VV Vinayak and produced by Ram Charan. The film features Mega Power Star Chiranjeevi and Kajal Agarwal as the leads of the film. The film is very special for all the fans and followers of Chiru as they are all delighted to see Chiru backing the silver screen after a long gap of 9 years. High intense action, drama, performance, energetic dance moves will be seen in the film.
Khaidi No 150 movie Audience response, story talk:
In the film, one will get to see many locations as the film is shot in different countries. The audience will also see stars like Lakshmi Rai and Tarun Arora making a guest appearance in the film. To add on the excitement, the film also shows a special cameo appearance of the director VV Vinayak and producer Ram Charan. To know what roles they play, watch the film releasing on January 11th 2017. Khaidi No 150 movie Review.
The audience re very happy with the trailer, songs and concept of the film and has huge expectations from the film. The film is said to have vow and incredible production values with great pasteurization collecting whooping response from the audience. Keep the excitement within and start booking your tickets that are already houseful, and watch the film. The makers of the film promises to keep you entertained throughout watching the film.
Boss is back(Chiranjeevi’s antics and moves)
Some emotional scenes with Villagers
Songs and dance
Mega power star Ram Charan’s & Allu Arjun, Naga Babu Appearance
Over the top action scenes
Interruption of songs in between Story
Making the story of poor villagers commercial rather than keeping it serious