latest breaking news on Megastar Chiranjeevi’s much-anticipated social drama, Acharya. The producers of this high-budget entertainer have just announced that the film will be released in theatres worldwide on February 4, putting an end to the days-long speculation. To mark the occasion, a striking new poster has been unveiled.
The entire storey is based on conversations about the freedom struggle. This is a novel approach, and it is unlikely to appeal to all segments of the audience. Beyond a certain point, the conversations become monotonous. The dialogues in the second and third episodes were a little too long.
The plot revolves around the lives of four characters: Yash (Ajay Kumar Kathurvar), Pallavi (Shweta Parashar), Raag (Yash Puri), and Dilip (Prawin Yendamuri). Each of them has their own set of problems, and how they manage to stay afloat in difficult times, as well as if there is a link between their stories. That is the film’s central conflict
The music is merely adequate, but the BGM is outstanding. The editing is subpar, with many scenes in the first half that could have been cut. When it comes to the director, Jani, he has taken a standard revenge drama and tried to present it in a unique way. However, he does not maintain that consistency and the film suffers in many ways as a result. The production values are merely adequate. Overall, Maro Prasthanam is a typical revenge drama with a few standout scenes. Tanish performs well, but this does not help the film make an impact, and it ends up being a pretty dull watch this weekend.