One Line Review: Magadheera is a pre-Baahubali visual treat by S. S. Rajamouli.
Magadheera is considered one of the best works of S. S. Rajamouli. Even before Baahubali, S. S. Rajamouli proved that he’s the best in India to make such epic visual wonders.
It’s hard to believe that more than six decades had passed by, but we still haven’t got a film remotely closed to ‘To kill a mockingbird.’ Let’s dive into this film and see what it has to offer.
“’Magadheera’ Review: It’s Not A Movie-But Historical Wonder!!”~ Greatandhra.com
Our review for Magadheera is 10/10.
Harsha is a street racer and he accidentally meets Indu. On touching Indu’s fingers, Harsha starts to get strange visuals. Harsha was a warrior named Bhairava in his previous life in a kingdom called Udaigarh in the 16th Century. Indu was Yuvarani Mitravinda Devi in her past life and both were reincarnated again. They have to fight for their unison in this present era while Bhairava also has to fight Raghuveer who was Ranadev Billa during the past life and the reason for Bhairava and Mitravinda Devi for not uniting then.
Magadheera is a visual extravaganza. It shows how extremely creative director S.S Rajamouli is and proves that he’s the king when it comes to historic action dramas. His vision and idea of portraying Udaygarh, portraying the lead characters of the movie and the visuals of battle sequences are a treat for eyes.
When it comes to acting, Magadheera was a milestone in the career of both Ram Charan and Kajal Aggarwal. Their performances as Bhairava and Yuvarani Mitravinda Devi were recognized even internationally and got them many ardent fans. While Ram Charan looked classic and dashing as Bhairava and Harsha respectively, Kajal looked Royal and Glamorous being Mitravinda and Indu respectively.
The songs and background music of Keeravani boost up the epic and romantic sequences to another level and the whole thing stays with you forever even after completing the movie.
Magadheera is a visual treat that no movie lovers should miss.