Megastar Chiranjeevi returns with "Bholaa Shankar," directed by Meher Ramesh after a 10-year hiatus.
The story revolves around Shankar (Chiranjeevi), a taxi driver, and his sister Mahalakshmi (Keerthy Suresh) who end up in Kolkata.
A mafia gang, led by Alex (Tarun Arora), kidnaps girls in the city. Shankar assists the police, leading to a conflict with Alex.
Chiranjeevi's mass appeal continues to impress his fans, with his performance standing out in both action and emotional scenes.
Keerthy Suresh delivers a strong performance with a well-defined role, showcasing emotional depth in her acting.
Tamannaah Bhatia, though limited in screen time, adds to the movie's charm with her beauty and dedicated acting.
Supporting actors like Sushanth, Murali Sharma, and others deliver satisfactory performances, though not extraordinary.
The movie boasts well-choreographed action sequences that contribute to the overall appeal, with exceptional cinematography by Dudley.
The film's primary setback is its routine storyline, lacking freshness in various scenes.
Chiranjeevi's efforts to uplift the movie are evident but not enough to create a standout moment.