Heart Attack is a romantic action entertainer with all masala elements to impress mass audience. Nitin's excellent performance is the main highlight. Puri Jagannadh's engrossing screenplay and few punch dialogues, Anoop Rubens' trendy soundtracks, and background score, Amol Rathod's brilliant camerawork, Adah Sharma's glamour, Brahmanandam's rib tickling comedy, beautiful costumes and locales are its other attractions.
Puri Jagannadh has opted for a routine romance drama, but he has written an engaging screenplay for Heart Attack, which has fare amount of twists and turns to keep you glued on to the screen. The director, who is master in making formulaic movies, managed to include commercial ingredients like romance, action, comedy, dialogues and family drama, which will definitely impress all classes of audience.
Heart Attack opens with a beautifully-shot beach song and heads to introduce lead characters. The first part of the movie has three songs, one fight and Brahmi's titanic comedy scene, which will keep you engaged. In the second half, there are a few interesting twists in the story, two songs, Ali's comedy and a fight scene to entertain you. The climax is good, but it is predictable.
Varun (Nitin) is a happy go lucky boy, who comes to Spain to help Hayathi's (Adah Sharma) friend Priya to get married with an African. But he falls in the love with Hayathi at first sight. She does not like him at first. She slowly develops liking for him. After helping Priya to get married, he reveals that he does not love her. Heart-broken Hayathi returns India to help her father. Later, Varun realises that he truly loves. What happens next will form the crux of the story.
Nitin has given brilliant performance in Heart Attack and he impresses you in all kind of scenes like romance, action, dance and sentiment. With his trendy costumes, the actor has definitely set a new style statement for himself. Adah Sharma, who debuts in Tollywood with this film, has also done her best and she impresses you with glamour in song sequences. Brahmanandam and Ali tickles your funny bones in scenes. Kesha Khambhati, who has played another female lead, has also delivered her best.
The movie has excellent production elements and Anoop Rubens' music, Amol Rathod's picturisation, exotic locales, Puri's dialogues and SR Shekhar's editing are the major attractions in the technical front. Overall, Heart Attack is much better than Puri Jagannadh's previous directorial ventures and it is paisa vasool entertainer. Continue to slide to read Heart Attack - viewers' review.