BRO Movie Review: Not Enough, Bro!

The principle of BRO is to live while you live and to take life as it comes. Pawan Kalyan accepted to appear in this Sai Dharam Tej film directed by Samuthirakani. BRO is an approved remake of the same director Vinodaya Sitham. The fantasy film was released today with high hopes, and we’ll see if Sai Dharam Tej can repeat his Virupaksha triumph. Here’s the BRO film review.

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What is the story about?

Markandeyulu (Sai Dharam Tej) is a busy man who prioritizes work and has little ‘time’ for other people’s feelings or opinions. Mark is killed in an accident, and he subsequently encounters the Time/God Titan (Pawan Kalyan). Titan provides Mark 90 days as a second opportunity to make things right. The rest of the novel is about what Mark realizes and how he changes the obvious.


Without a doubt, Pawan Kalyan steals the show. His presence is the film’s greatest asset. Pawan’s retro attire and reenactment of his own hit songs from the past are a tremendous delight for fans.

As an ignorant workaholic, Sai Dharam Tej is decent. Several sequences between Pawan Kalyan and Sai Dharam Tej are enjoyable.

Ketika Sharma, Priya Varrier, Rohini, Vennela Kishore, Tanikella Bharani, and others contributed to the cause. Priya Varrier’s part did not reflect her popularity, and it could have been played by anyone.


BRO depicts Pawan Kalyan in highly fashionable attire. Thaman’s background music is excellent, but the songs are unimpressive. In truth, Pawan Kalyan’s older songs performed better in tiny doses.

The visual effects work might have been much better. There were several situations with terrible visuals. The writing is clunky at times due to the frantic pace of the situations.

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Pawan Kalyan

Dialogues & BGM

Climax and Pre-climax Song

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Weak Narration



Over-the-Top Scenes


The notion is not new, but it is distinct from previous works such as Yamaleela and the most recent Ori Devuda, which dealt with the concept of a “second chance.” In fact, unlike previous films, the filmmaker here had God stay in the frame for most of the time to make it more intricate.

A man who believes he is at the center of everything learns how things run on ‘time’ even when he is not present.

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Before getting into the real narrative, the first 20 minutes are over-the-top setting sequences, and the comedy, unfortunately, fails to work. God’s entrance is significant.

Pawan Kalyan as Titan keeps the performance going until the intermission with his swag and a few classic tunes. His demeanor captivates his admirers the most. Markandeyulu’s relationship with his girlfriend was not firmly established.

Sai Dharam Tej shares the majority of the scenes with Pawan Kalyan, and the latter’s presence throughout the film is one of BRO’s strongest assets. However, the VFX in the majority of their sequences is pitiful.

Due to a lack of emotional connection, the tale does not become spectacular until the pre-climax episodes. Most of the second half becomes predictable. The finale, followed by the song, really made more sense than the whole of the movie. Titan’s life lessons and the message imploring everyone to accept life as it comes is eloquently presented in the conclusion.

Overall, BRO has a nice plot, but the poor storytelling prevents it from being amazing. BRO is entertaining for Pawan Kalyan fans, but only ‘time’ will tell how well it does at the box office.

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