Komaram Puli Movie Review and Ratings

By Avik, Gaea News Network
Friday, September 10, 2010


HYDERABAD (GaeaTimes.com) — The much awaited Pawan Kalyan, Nikesha Patel starrer finally hits the theaters today on the pious occasion of Eid.

The movie is expected to grab hold of lot of audience. It has been released at none less than 191 theaters in Nizham which inculdes 52 theaters and 6 multiplex of hyderabad.

The movie was first titled as ‘Puli’. But, later due to some issue, it was renamed as ‘Kumaram Puli’. The movie is set on a budget of around 42-crores and we can expect some glorious effects and magnificent scenario.

The director S. J. Suryaah is known for his critical film-making. He has delivered a number of blockbusters to kollywood in the past days. Suryaah is much appreciated for his outstanding directional debut with Vaali which still remains as his best creation. His multi-lingual venture ‘Khusi’ spinned in lots of money both in Tamil and Telegu but failed to reach upto expectations in Hindi. Suryaah has been working on Puli quite dedicatedly and is expected to come up with something new this time.


The actor Pawan Kalyan is a much famed star and enjoys delivering awe-inspiring performances. He had acted in quite a number of magnificent movies including remakes of Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander and Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. He has also worked with Suryaah a couple of times previously and it is expected that the duo will again create magic together.

Nikesha Patel has done justice to her role and looks as hot and sizzling as expected. Manoj Bajpai is as good as always. So, no comments regarding his performance.

In this movie Pawan plays the role of a policeman Puli, who takes on a don named Al Saleem. As story unfolds there is more to add to the drama, Nixon, a notorious terrorist has sent a band of goons to create chaos and it’s our cop Puli who’s in charge. Pawan is seen to have put up some weight to get into the skin of the policeman he is playing.

Suryaah’s long-time buddy, none other than our national pride, A.R. Rahman has tuned in some melody for the movie. So, undoubtedly the music of the movie has already busted the charts. The track Power Star is what you expect out of a typical Kollywood flick - an exhilarated hero-entry tune-up. Among others Amma thale, Maaralente, Maham Maye are outstanding. The track Namakame finds traces of Bombay Theme and has turned out tobe a devotional track with the melodious Chitra humming along to the tune.

The movie is power-packed with lots of spice and stunning dialog delivery. So, if you are in a mood to enjoy some action go in for a ride. The disappointing part in the flick is that in the end you are left confused and can be quite sure of the fact that the director lost. All in all the movie is quite good entertainment and Pawan’s performance is what you should eye on.

Cast and Crew:

  • Director: S. J. Suryaah
  • Producer: Singanamala Ramesh
  • Writer: S. J. Suryaah
  • Starring: Pawan Kalyan, Nikesha Patel, Manoj Bajpai, Charan Raj, Nassar, Jyothi Krishna, Brahmaji, Ali, Girish Karnad, Gopinath, Shriya Saran (Special appearance)
  • Music Director: A. R. Rahman
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