NTR-Puri Jagannadh's Temper is releasing this Friday, February 13, with lot of hype surrounding it. Temper is expected to do wonders at the box office and give Jr. NTR his first 40 Cr film. So to know the actual potential of the film, lets quickly get into the details of the film.
Story : NTR is an orphan, who gets inspired by a corrupt police officer, when he was caught in a petty theft case in the childhood. He works hard to study well and somehow ends up being a police officer. By the influence of negative inspirations he has drawn as a child, he becomes a corrupt police officer.
Kajal is seen as an animal lover in the movie. Love brews between NTR and Kajal and it leads to a confusing state in NTR's life. He changes for good in the followed scenes and what made him change? has to be experienced in the theaters.
The main plot of the story is laced around a gang rape and it is slightly on the lines of NTR's previous hit film, Rakhi. The rest of the story is about how he manages to do justice to the rape victim.
Performances: NTR nailed it in the character of a corrupt police officer, Daya. He has put in his hundred percent to make belief of the story written by Vakkantham Vamsi. The emotional trivia the character has gone through in the film, has been portrayed very well by NTR. He has changed his dialogue delivery to adopt the typical Puri Jagannadh style of heroism.
Though NTR was loud at times, he pulled the film on his shoulders. Dances by NTR will be the real feast for his fans.
Kajal played a key role in the film though her screen space is very less when compared to her other films. The chemistry that is already established from the previous films, between Kajal and NTR has worked for Temper. Kajal was successful in adding the oomph factor to the film and she is good enough on her part.
Prakash Raj appeared unique with Goan styling and he was amazing with his performance. His dance moves in the item song came as a surprise. Madhurima, Tanikella Bharani, Pavitra lokesh and other cast of the film were apt for their roles.
Posani has got a pivotal role to play in the film and his performance can get you goosebumps at the salute sequence. He also tickles you at times with his unintentional gestures in otherwise no so funny film.
Technical Aspects: Puri Jagannadh wrote some amazing dialogues in the film and made sure that he maintains his usual style all over the film. He succeeded in executing the story given by Vakkantham Vamsi. It is surely a brave attempt by the team to opt a script like this. Temper deals with a sensitive and serious story yet conveyed it with all the commercial elements that are needed for a film to click.
Anup Rubens scored some catchy tunes but the song placements in the second half played a spoilt sport. Background music by Mani Sharma was not up to the standards. High moments in the second half gave some hooting moments for the masses.
Editor S R Sekhar was good and the cinematographer Sam k Naidu was okay too. Like all other movies of Puri Jagannadh, the production values of Temper were also compromised because of the less number of working days.
Overview: With no other big release around and the craze of NTR and Puri Jagannadh, Temper can work well at the box office. Don't give it a miss. Yes! It is of course a Daya gadi Dandayatra ( Daya's One Man Show) all the way.
NTR excelled in dance numbers and once again proved he is a dancing dynamite.
Kajal and NTR's pair once again worked on screen
NTR played a corrupt police officer with many negative shades. He was excellent in portraying the changes in the character.
Some of the dialogues in the film can trigger you to think of the present social scenario.
Kajal seems to have put on some weight and is looking all glamorous in Temper.
Kajal also sizzles in dance numbers and Prakash Raj's dance moves in item song came as a surprise.
NTR pulled off the film entirely on his shoulders and its a one man show all the way.
Temper is slightly on the lines of Rakhi and looks like sentimental roles can bring luck to NTR.
NTR's styling in the film was special. All credits to his stylist Ashwin Mawle.
There are many more high moments in Temper. Catch it in theaters near to you.